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An abundance of Neanderthal footprints provides unprecedented insight into prehistoric life

A fossil Neanderthal footprint at the Le Rozel site in Normandy, France. Image: Dominique Cliquet Scientists in France discovered hundreds of fossilized footprints belonging to a single group of Neanderthals. The 80,000-year-old prints document a single, precious moment in the lives of these extinct hominins. Careful excavations in Le Rozel, France from 2012 to 2017 revealed 257 fossilized Neanderthal footprints …

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Astronomers observe cosmic vapor jets and molecules in abundance

Illustration highlighting the high-frequency observation capabilities of ALMA. Credit: NRAO / AUI / NSF, S. Dagnello A team of scientists using the highest frequency capabilities of the Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array (ALMA) has discovered jets of warm water vapor flowing away from a newly forming star. The researchers also found the "fingerprints" of an amazing collection of molecules …

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Research: NASA satellites assist states in estimating the abundance of important animal species –

Climate and land use changes are reducing wildlife habitats worldwide. Despite their importance for the rural economy and natural ecosystems, remarkably little is known about the geographical distribution of most of the game species – especially those that migrate seasonally across large areas. Combining NASA satellite observations with wildlife observations conducted by state-owned resource agencies, a research team from Utah …

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