Homo naledi, shown here in a recreation by paleoartist John Gurch, likely spent time both on the ground and in the trees. Credit: Mark Thiessen/National Geographic View full size image A recently unearthed extinct human species ─ perhaps the most ... LiveScience.com, 6 days ago
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St John Ambulance Brigade were out in force for Hurricane Joaquin with ambulances positioned at strategic points across the Island. Ambulance crews were stationed in the east end of the Island at the Lambe Foggo Urgent Care Center, and in Hamilton ...Bernews, 6 days ago
Homo naledi, the most recently discovered member of our genus, had hands and feet adapted for life both in the trees and on the ground. Homo naledi, shown here in a recreation by paleoartist John Gurch, likely spent time both on the ground and in ...Christian Science Monitor, 5 days ago Homo naledi, our new human relative, was handy with tools Livemint.com, 5 days ago Newly-Discovered, Ancient Humans Were Tree-Climbers Who Walked and Used Tools Gizmodo India, 6 days ago Newly identified human ancestor handy with tools, walked like a person, scientists say Sott.net, 6 days ago
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Enlarge Photo by Jean Antoine Théodore de Gudin La Salle's Expedition to Louisiana in 1684, painted in 1844 by Jean Antoine Théodore de Gudin. La Belle, left, sank in present-day Matagorda Bay. It is a mere drop in the fiscal ocean, just ...The Texas Tribune, 2 months ago
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