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Roman Emperor Claudius Dressed as Egyptian Pharaoh in Newfound Carving

jeudi 27 mars 2014 — Evolution, Archaeology & Paleontology
Roman emperors were often depicted as pharaohs while Egypt was part of the Roman empire -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Tiny, Ancient Crustacean Preserved in Fool’s Gold, Legs, Eggs and All

jeudi 27 mars 2014 — More Science, Biology, Environment, Ecology, Evolution
Once upon a time there lived a little crustacean inside a little shell. This is not a usual state of affairs for a crustacean. Most are clad in figure-hugging armor (like lobsters or crabs), but they... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Baker's Yeast Gets a Genetic Makeover

An army of undergraduates built a synthetic chromosome with cheap DNA-making technology -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Bats Say "Back Off' to Each Other as They Swoop for Yummy Bugs

jeudi 27 mars 2014 — More Science, Biology, Evolution
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Salamander Shrinkage Linked to Climate Change

Hottier, drier weather is thought to be causing the amphibians to burn energy faster -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Rescue of Decaying Pompeii Inspired by Sister City

Archaeologists hope that a funding and conservation boost can halt wall collapses and other erosion occurring at the ancient city on Italy's Neopolitan coast -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Climate Changes Put the Freeze on Elephant Seal Births

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Cuckoo Chicks Bring Benefits to Nests They Parasitize

mercredi 26 mars 2014 — More Science, Biology, Evolution, Evolutionary Biology
Cuckoos are known as nature's interlopers, infiltrating other birds' nests and hogging their food. The truth is a bit more complicated -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Fearsome Cambrian Predators Became Gentle Giants

mercredi 26 mars 2014 — Evolution, Archaeology & Paleontology
The largest and most fearsome predators of the Cambrian period, 520 million years ago, were from a group called the anomalocarids. Now a new fossil discovery suggests that one anomalocarid was in... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Missing Half of Fossil Shows that Prehistoric Sea Turtle Was 3 Meters Long

mercredi 26 mars 2014 — Evolution, Archaeology & Paleontology
The humerus fossil was matched to another specimen found over 150 years earlier -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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