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Scientific American: Evolution

Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
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  1. Bizarre Fossil Mammal Was an Ice Age Tree Hugger
    A new analysis finds extinct wombat cousins were heftier and stranger than previously thought

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  2. Asteroid Dust Triggered an Explosion of Life on Ancient Earth
    At 466 million years ago, the breakup of a large space rock may have led to major changes in our planet’s biodiversity

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  3. Humanity's Journey


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  4. Early Butchers Used Small Stone Scalpels
    Homo erectus used hand axes to butcher elephants and other game. But a new study suggests they also used finer, more sophisticated blades. Christopher Intagliata reports.

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  5. Pterosaurs Were Monsters of the Mesozoic Skies
    Fossils and mathematical modeling are helping to answer long-standing questions about these bizarre animals 

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  6. Did a Jurassic Dinosaur Smoosh a Turtle?
    A smashed shell may have been crumpled by an ambling dinosaur

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  7. New Proto-Dinosaur Found in Colorado
    A lanky reptile found in the Centennial State is a close cousin of early dinosaurs

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  8. Did the Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Inadvertently Help Lichens?
    The leafy lichens seem to have picked up where a lot of incinerated plants left off

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  9. The History of Opium, Facing Up to Quantum Mechanics and Other New Science Books
    Book recommendations from the editors of Scientific American 

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  10. Eavesdropping Puts Anxious Squirrels at Ease
    Squirrels constantly scan their surroundings for hawks, owls and other predators. But they also surveil for threats by eavesdropping on bird chatter. Christopher Intagliata...