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Aquí se cruzaron los neandertales con los primeros humanos modernos

A human skull found in northern Israel confirms that humans were in the area at the time. Scientists have theorized that humans migrated from Africa to Europe between to years ago, and this skull is being hailed as key evidence in this theory.

"It's the next best thing to having the animal in your hand," said paleontologist Ryan McKellar.

Exquisite wings encased in amber are some of the best bird fossils ever found

Exquisite wings encased in amber are some of the best bird fossils ever found - The Washington Post

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Anti-poaching 'war' to save rhinos

The Santa Maria Formation in southern Brazil, comprises a succession of Middle to Late Triassic sedimentary rocks that have been long renowned for their rich tetrapod fossils including one of the o…

A Unique Late Triassic Dinosauromorph Assemblage from Brazil

The Santa Maria Formation in southern Brazil, comprises a succession of Middle to Late Triassic sedimentary rocks that have been long renowned for their rich tetrapod fossils including one of the o…

The First Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber is Covered in Feathers

The First Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber is Covered in Feathers

First Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber - To scientists' delight, the incredible appendage from 99 million years ago is covered in feathers.

Tons of Sahara Desert dust crosses the Atlantic to fertilize the Amazon rainforest

Tons of Sahara Desert dust crosses the Atlantic to fertilize the Amazon rainforest

Amazon Rainforest, Rainforests, Amazons, Nasa, South America, Deserts, Crosses, Wilderness, Wildlife

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region; Researchers have uncovered the remains of yet another Neanderthal inside Kurdistan's Shanidar Cave north of Erbil. It is the third such Shanidar discovery for the British-led team, and just the latest ancient human remains found at the site .

kurdistanart: Shanidar Cave, an archaeological site in the Bradsot mountain, Zagros Mountains in Erbil Governorate, Kurdistan

Dinosaur Had Facial Tumor, New Fossil Proves - http://www.australianetworknews.com/dinosaur-had-facial-tumor-new-fossil-proves/

The deformed jawbone of a dwarf-size duck-billed dinosaur indicates that the beast had a noncancerous tumor on its face.

"Black Beauty" at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada

Black Beauty - This spectacular young Tyrannosaurus Rex has one of the best-preserved skulls known in the world. The chemical element manganese darkened the skeleton during fossilization, earning this specimen the nickname “Black Beauty.

Brontosaurus may return thanks to new dinosaur analysis | Ars Technica

Brontosaurus may return thanks to new dinosaur analysis

The first specimen ever found at Dinosaur, this Apatosaurus louisae, has been on display at the Carnegie Museum since except for a few years when the dinosaur hall was being redone.

How the Civil War Changed America ForeverThe Daily Beast

How the Civil War Changed America Forever

Civil War print showing the surrender of General Robert E Lee to General Ulysses S Grant Canvas Art - John ParrotStocktrek Images x

Using pig parts to create 'proxy buttocks,' a group of archaeologists proved that injuries to skeletons in a mass grave from the War of 1812 were from buckshot.

Mass Grave From War Of 1812 Gives Archaeologists First Evidence Of Buckshot Injuries

War Of Evidence of the use of Buck shot on battle field. Using pig parts to create 'proxy buttocks,' a group of archaeologists proved that injuries to skeletons in a mass grave from the War of 1812 were from buckshot.

Place: Museo y cuevas de Altamira, Santillana del Mar / Cantabria, Spain. Photo by: Unknown

Altamira Caves, discovered by Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola in is located on a hill near the town of Santillana del Mar (Cantabria, Spain).

Finds beneath the Old Divinity School, St John's College.

Face of ‘Ordinary Poor’ Man from Medieval Cambridge Graveyard Revealed

Finds beneath the Old Divinity School, St John's College.

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