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2 Lemon-Yellow Bat Species Discovered in Africa. And They're Adorable Fuzz Balls.
LIVE SCIENCE Two species of bats that were recently discovered in Kenya are fuzzy golden charmers. 3 days
Lemon-Yellow Bats Discovered in Africa. And They're Adorable Fuzz Balls.
LIVE SCIENCE Two species of bats that were recently discovered in Kenya are fuzzy golden charmers. 3 days
Newfound African Bat Species Are Adorable Balls of Yellow Fuzz
LIVE SCIENCE Two newfound species of bats that were recently discovered in Kenya are fuzzy, yellow and downright adorable. 4 days
Fuzzy yellow bats reveal evolutionary relationships in Kenya
PHYS.ORG After Halloween, people tend to forget about bats. But, for farmers, residents of Kenya, and scientists, bats are a part of everyday life. While North America has 44 species, Kenya, a country... 4 days
Fuzzy yellow bats reveal evolutionary relationships in Kenya
SCIENCE DAILY DNA analysis of fuzzy yellow bats in Kenya revealed at least two new species unknown to science. It's important because Africa's biodiversity is often under-studied and poorly understood, even though bats play... 2 days
New wasp species with a giant stinger discovered in Amazonia
SCIENCE DAILY A newly discovered wasp species in the Amazon has an exceptionally large stinger that surprised even scientists. The new insect, which is found in the extremely diverse transitional... 1 week
New wasp species with a giant stinger discovered in Amazonia
PHYS.ORG Researchers from the University of Turku, Finland, have discovered a new wasp species in the Amazon with an exceptionally large stinger that surprised even the scientists. The new... 1 week
Humans did not stem from a single ancestral population in one region of Africa
SCIENCE DAILY A scientific consortium has found that human ancestors were scattered across Africa, and largely kept apart by a combination of... 4 days
Did humans leave Africa earlier than previously thought?
SCIENCE DAILY Ancient tools and bones discovered in China by archaeologists suggest early humans left Africa and arrived in Asia earlier than previously thought. 4 days
New Species of Parasitoid Wasp Has Extremely Large Stinger
SCI-NEWS.COM A new wasp species with a fierce weapon — dubbed Clistopyga crassicaudata — has been discovered in the... 6 days
Humans evolved in partially isolated populations scattered across Africa
PHYS.ORG A scientific consortium led by Dr. Eleanor Scerri, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford and researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History,... 4 days
Why Do Teeth Turn Yellow?
LIVE SCIENCE A number of different things can affect the color of your teeth and turn them yellow. 5 days
Rare (Adorable) Asteroid Twins Discovered Near Earth
LIVE SCIENCE Surprise — it's twins! A near-Earth asteroid called 2017 YE5 turns out to be two separate rocks. 5 hours
New 'scaly' snails species group following striking discoveries from Malaysian Borneo
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have found six new species of unique land snails whose shells are covered with what look like scales. The snails were discovered by a Malaysian-Dutch... 5 days
High climate variability and increasing aridity brought an end to an early hominid species
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Discovery of ancient tools in China suggests humans left Africa earlier than previously thought
PHYS.ORG Ancient tools and bones discovered in China by archaeologists suggest early humans left Africa and arrived in Asia earlier than... 4 days
The first endemic Baltic Sea fish species received its name
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have discovered and named a new endemic fish species in the Baltic Sea, the 'Baltic flounder,' Platichthys solemdali. 4 days
New species may arise from rapid mitochondrial evolution
SCIENCE DAILY Genetic research at has shed new light on how isolated populations of the same species evolve toward reproductive incompatibility and thus become separate species. 3 days
New species may arise from rapid mitochondrial evolution
PHYS.ORG Genetic research at Oregon State University has shed new light on how isolated populations of the same species evolve toward reproductive incompatibility and thus become separate species. 2 days
Meet Baltic Flounder, First Fish Species Endemic to Baltic Sea
SCI-NEWS.COM A newly-discovered flatfish species, the Baltic flounder (Platichthys solemdali), is the first endemic fish known from... 3 days
The first endemic Baltic Sea fish species received its name
PHYS.ORG The Baltic flounder Platichthys solemdali is the first fish species shown to be native only to the Baltic Sea, i.e., the first endemic fish described from the area... 3 days
Research sheds on how new species may arise from rapid mitochondrial evolution
NEWS MEDICAL Genetic research at Oregon State University has shed new light on how isolated populations of the same species evolve toward reproductive incompatibility and thus... 2 days
The evolution of anti-bat sensory illusions in moths
Science Magazine Prey transmit sensory illusions to redirect predatory strikes, creating a discrepancy between what a predator perceives and reality. We use the acoustic arms race between bats and moths to investigate the evolution... 2 weeks
Scientists discover the world's oldest colors
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have discovered the oldest colors in the geological record, 1.1-billion-year-old bright pink pigments extracted from rocks deep beneath the Sahara desert in Africa. 6 days
Scientists discover the world's oldest colors
PHYS.ORG Scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) and overseas have discovered the oldest colours in the geological record, 1.1 billion-year-old bright pink pigments extracted from rocks deep beneath the Sahara desert in Africa. 6 days
Plants in Africa 'green up' ahead of rainy season
SCIENCE DAILY A study has shown the greening up of vegetation prior to the rainy season in Africa is more widespread than previously understood. 2 weeks
Earliest Evidence of Our Human Ancestors Outside of Africa Found
LIVE SCIENCE A new discovery suggests that human ancestors left Africa roughly 10,000 generations earlier than experts thought. 4 days
Giant dinosaur bones get archeologists rethinking Triassic period
PHYS.ORG Giant dinosaurs lived on Earth much earlier than previously thought, according to a team of excavators in Argentina who discovered the remains of a 200-million-year old species. 6 days
Africa's iconic baobab trees dying off at alarming rate
PHYS.ORG Africa's ancient baobab, with its distinctive swollen trunk and known as the "tree of life," is under a new and mysterious threat, with some of the largest and oldest dying... 3 days
Research shows plants in Africa 'green up' ahead of rainy season
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