Poaching Has Caused 'Rapid Evolution' of Tuskless Elephants, New Study Reveals
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Poaching Has Caused 'Rapid Evolution' of Tuskless Elephants, New Study Reveals

Princeton University evolutionary biologist Shane Campbell-Staton spent his entire career studying lizards. He was surfing YouTube at 3:00 AM one
Ivory poaching has led to evolution of tuskless elephants, study finds
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Ivory poaching has led to evolution of tuskless elephants, study finds

Researchers have discovered that ivory poaching has resulted in the evolution of tuskless Elephants over the past decades. This proves that humans
How asteroid, comet strikes may have delayed evolution of the atmosphere
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How asteroid, comet strikes may have delayed evolution of the atmosphere

The Southwest Research Institute team, led by the Southwest Research Institute, updated planetary bombardment model with the most recent geologic
A nice lecture from Matthew on genetics and human evolution
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A nice lecture from Matthew on genetics and human evolution

Matthew delivered a virtual lecture about genetics and evolution to the Cardiff University School of Medicine the other day. This lecture was meant
Primates' ancestors may have left trees to survive asteroid
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Primates' ancestors may have left trees to survive asteroid

A chimpanzee at Kibale National Park in Uganda. Credit: Daniel J. Field A new study has revealed that the only tree-dwelling (arboreal), mammals to
Researchers propose expanded evolutionary concept
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Researchers propose expanded evolutionary concept

Many marine organisms, such as sea grasses found in the Baltic Sea, reproduce through the formation of clones. Their genetic information is a mixture
Scientists discover a host of reasons for the evolution of social parasites in ants
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Scientists discover a host of reasons for the evolution of social parasites in ants

Diverse life history traits of the formicine-ant species. In clockwise order: (A) Members of F. fusca, who practice independent colony formation; (B)
Evolution and a possible geographic 'bias'
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Evolution and a possible geographic 'bias'

Comparison of the metatarsal bones from prehistoric mammals. Credit: Case Western Reserve University An expert from Case Western Reserve University
Largest virtual universe free for anyone to explore
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Largest virtual universe free for anyone to explore

Figure 1: Distribution of dark matter in Uchuu's snapshot Images show the dark matter cloud of the largest cluster galaxy formed by simulation at
Coronavirus epidemics first hit more than 21,000 years ago
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Coronavirus epidemics first hit more than 21,000 years ago

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 public domain In the past decade, Sarbecoviruses crossed into humans twice, resulting in the SARS-1 virus-related pandemic in