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  1. Is This Indonesian Cave Painting the Earliest Portrayal of a Mythical Story?
    Archaeologists have dated the image to at least 43,900 years ago, but their interpretation has met with doubt

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  2. The Face of the Earliest Human Ancestor, Revealed
    A long-sought fossil could redraw our family tree

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  3. The Secret of the Crocodile "Death Roll"
    Out of 25 living crocodilian species, all but one have been seen to “death roll”

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  4. Tiny Tyrant Gets a New Identity
    A fossil thought to be a young Daspletosaurus turns out to be something else

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  5. Now Hear This: New Fossils Reveal Early Ear-Bone Evolution
    A change in chewing led to the emergence of the mammalian middle ear

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  6. Missing Link Found for How Modern Humans Evolved Friendly Faces
    A genetic condition helps uncover how modern human mugs came to differ from those of Neandertals

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  7. Subtle Ancient Footprints Come to Light
    Ground-penetrating radar can detect tiny density differences that lead to images of ancient footprints impossible to discern by eye.

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  8. Paleontologists on the Trail of "Ghost Tracks"
    Ground-penetrating radar has the potential to reveal a world of hidden footprints

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  9. Old Stegosaur Alters History of Armored Dinosaurs
    A skeleton that was kept in storage for 60 years is a Jurassic surprise

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  10. Why Is Same-Sex Sexual Behavior So Common in Animals?
    It’s long been considered an evolutionary puzzle, but new research suggests this may be the wrong way to think about it

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