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"We didn't expect to see this at all," said Dr Cincotta. "For decades palaeontologists have argued about whether pterosaurs had feathers. The feathers in our specimen close off that debate for good as they are very clearly branched all the way al

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Further analysis of bones collected from the Bluefish Caves in Yukon is expanding scientists' understanding of what early Americans were up to Beringia 15,000 Years Ago. Painting produced by Videoanthrop Inc., Montreal/M. François Girard. Canadian

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It still collapsed around 1159 BC and may have been simply overrun by our Dorian invaders from the Baltic fleeing starvation. The Terramare Culture and the Bronze Age Collapse In Bronze Age northern Italy the Terramare culture thrived for centu

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For many years, Gobekli Tepe was considered to be the oldest human settlement. Previously taking the title of the first temple in the world, archaeologists recently unearthed Boncuklu Tarla, which is believed to be roughly 1,000 years older than Gobe

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A new study reveals that at least 9500 years ago?"well before the copper working societies of the Middle East?"native American cultures emerged in the Great Lakes area, that, by 6700 BCE, were using copper to make tools and weapons.

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That time period was marked by dramatic climate change. In a reverse image of what is happening today, the Earth grew cooler, ice sheets expanded, sea levels dropped, forests started changing to grasslands, and carbon dioxide became scarce. Nearly tw

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