paleontology

 
Unravelling Darwin’s ‘hunch’
Unravelling Darwin’s ‘hunch’
Charles Darwin speculated that the origins of modern human beings may be traced to Africa. It took more than a century of hard research, exploration and scientific endeavour for his hunch to be vindicated....
Paleo isn't a fad diet, it's an ideology - and a bankrupt one at that
Paleo isn't a fad diet, it's an ideology - and a bankrupt one at that
Australian celebrity chef Pete Evans planned to publish a “paleo diet” cookbook for children, Bubba Yum Yum: The Paleo Way, that...
Fossil hunters unearth massive mega-wombat graveyard
Fossil hunters unearth massive mega-wombat graveyard
Australian scientists have unveiled the biggest-ever graveyard of an ancient rhino-sized mega-wombat called diprotodon, with the site potentially...
A slice of prehistory
A slice of prehistory
It's brutal vandalism. I'm staring at what was, until very recently, the largest set of dinosaur footprints on Earth -- 581m of vicious slashes...
Skull of my country
Skull of my country
'The props list for Act V Scene 1 in Hamlet calls for not one but three skulls," writes Elizabeth Burroughs in an essay on the work of...

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