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Revueltosaurus skeleton unearthed at Petrified Forest upsets dinosaur tale

...arker and Nesbitt are continuing their look at the alleged ornithischians of the Late Triassic to ascertain the quality of the fossil record and what it says about early dinosaur evolution. ...

Agilent Technologies introduces high-capacity human protein removal system for proteomics research

...arker and Nesbitt are continuing their look at the alleged ornithischians of the Late Triassic to ascertain the quality of the fossil record and what it says about early dinosaur evolution. ...

Did feathered dinosaurs exist?

...ition on skin, and the fossil evidence relating to alleged feather progenitors (protofeathers). Richard Hinchliffe of the University College of Wales also examined evidence relating to the tridactyl hand, which is composed of digits 1-2-3 in dinosaurs, the most critical characteristic linking birds to derive...

Viagra's hidden help for wildlife

...r history of using traditional medicines and their alleged suspicions of Western medicine, the men we interviewed chose the product that works best." These findings are consistent with previous research by the von Hippels showing evidence of a post-Viagra decline during the 1990s in the harvesting of thre...

Alleged 40,000-year-old human footprints in Mexico much, much older than thought

...utinely drive across the xalnene tuff in which the alleged footprints are found, and the rock itself is pockmarked with many depressions in addition to the alleged footprints. "They're scattered all over, with no more than two or three in a straight line," which ...

Does father know best?

...of fathers are not the biological parents of their alleged child, but little is known about how this differs across cultures and to what extent men's paternity assessments reflect actual biological paternity. "The issue of paternity--whether a man really is the biological father of his supposed children--...

New evidence of early horse domestication

...nnia. As it turned out, the soil from inside the alleged corral had up to ten times the phosphorus concentration as the soils from outside the settlement. Lots of phosphorus can also indicate a hearth, said Capo, but that phosphorus is usually accompanied by a lot of potassium, which is not the case in the...

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