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Scientists find the earliest signs of life of 3.5 billion years ago

Stromatolites contained organic substances from 3.5 billion years ago. UNSW Scientists have discovered microbial remains in 3.5 billion year old rocks that have some of the earliest signs of life on the planet. The organic matter was discovered in stromatolites, the world's oldest fossils, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, scientists from the University of New South Wales said …

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Earliest direct evidence of milk consumption

Copyright Sophy Charlton / Dorset County Museum Caption The evidence comes from Neolithic plaque Scientists have found the earliest direct evidence of human milk consumption. The team identified milk protein stored in dental plaque on the teeth of prehistoric British farmers. It shows that people have already consumed dairy products like 6,000 years ago – despite lactose intolerance. This may …

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This is one of the earliest known traces an animal has left on Earth

Scientists have discovered that these could be some of the earliest traces of animals on the Earth's surface. The find dates back about half a billion years and could finally reveal more about this distant part of history and the first moving organisms. The special feature of the find is that the fossil of the animal that left these traces …

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This rock shelter in Ethiopia is possibly the earliest evidence of humans living in the mountains

The Fincha Habera Refuge in the Ethiopian Ballengebirge. Image: Götz Ossendorf Archaeologists working in the Ethiopian Ballengebirge have made the earliest discoveries for the previous settlement of people at great heights. These early climbers, who live over 300 meters above sea level, have eaten rodents to survive the harsh conditions of the Ice Age. New research published in Science this …

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The earliest example of merging galaxies ever found

Galaxy fusions are not particularly rare, but they are important events. Not only for the galaxies involved, but also for scientists who try to summarize the formation of galaxies. Now astronomers using ALMA have found the earliest example of galactic fusion so far. The pair of merging galaxies in question is B14-65666, a cumbersome but scientifically useful name. (At the …

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Found: The earliest evidence that people cook and eat starch

The Klasies River Cave. Courtesy Wits University Strengths were still a staple for longer than possible . For the first time, archaeological evidence shows that humans roast and eat plant starch for up to 120,000 years – more than 100,000 years longer than we were able to farm them. An international team of archaeologists identified traces of prehistoric starch consumption …

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Earliest evidence of cooking and eating starch – ScienceDaily

New discoveries at Klasie's River Cave in the Cape of South Africa, where charred remains of hearths were found, provide the first archaeological evidence that anatomically modern humans roasted and ate plant levels such as tubers and rhizomes. already 120,000 years ago. Recent research by an international team of archaeologists published in the Journal of Human Evolution provides archaeological evidence …

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