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Ancient human skull of world's oldest-known tsunami victi...

The skull was discovered in 1929 near the town of Aitape and originally attributed to the Homo erectus species, an ancestor of modern humans Representational image New Delhi: Scientists have discovered an ancient human skull in Papua New Guinea which is ... Zee News, 1 month ago

Revision sheets of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species may be auctioned at £500,000

The documents are some of the foundation work of evolutionary biology
 DNA1 week ago

Australian snakes, lizards have Asian origins: study

Ancestors of most Australian lizards and snakes, including some of the world's deadliest species, migrated from Asia to the southern continent as early as 30 million years ago, a study has found.About 85 per cent of more than 1,000 snake and lizard species in ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Australian snakes have Asian origins: Study  Prokerala1 month ago

The identity of the 'world's heaviest bony fish' has finally been clarified

As per the researchers, female Mola alexandrini specimen of 2,300 kilogram and 2.72 meter caught off the Japanese coast in 1996 as the heaviest bony fish ever recorded, and not, as originally thought, Mola mola ocean sunfish species. (Representational image) ...
 Zee News1 week ago Japanese researchers discover 'world's heaviest bony fish'  Business Standard1 week ago


A new plant species In the coastal parts of Karnataka, we now have a new species of Mopane paddle pod plant. A woody climber with looping branchlets and tiny green flowers, the Mopane paddle pod plant is found in parts of Africa and south-east Asia. This ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Your phone can help map global mosquito distribution

Indian-origin researchers at Stanford University in the US are working towards creating a global map of mosquito distribution with the help of cellphone recordings of mosquito hum shared by citizen scientists from across the world.With enough contributions, ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Turkey's ban on teaching the theory of evolution and its parallels in India

Evolution is both a scientific fact and a theory - that species change and evolve over a period of time forms the very bedrock of biology. Over the years, there have been repeated attempts to tear down the real science behind Darwin's hypothesis, but those ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

The Force of biology is strong in Star Wars

Star Wars: The Last Jedi follows the journey of Rey as the heroine discovers and learns about the Force, just as her teacher Luke Skywalker and his father Anakin did in the Galactic Rebellion and Clone Wars (more on this later). This raises an obvious ...
 catchnews.com8 hours ago

Disney Is Making a Killing On Star Wars

Kathleen Kennedy has taken the studio George Lucas built to a galaxy far, far away The lobby of Lucasfilm Ltd.’s headquarters at San Francisco’s Presidio is tastefully decorated with Craftsman-style lamps and leather chairs. There’s a statue of special ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago

Greenpeace slams Indonesia palm oil industry on deforestation

Greenpeace slammed Indonesia's palm oil industry today for failing to live up to a pledge to halt deforestation, as the lucrative sector faces possible restrictions in Europe over environmental concerns.Palm oil is used in everything from soap to frozen ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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