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Denisovans & # 39; reveals & # 39 ;: That's what the long-lost human relative looked like

Scientists have given a first insight into our prehistoric relatives, the Denisovans. Scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have reconstructed the Denisovan skeletal anatomy. While much is known about Neanderthals due to their numerous remains discovered in Europe and Asia, experts find that Denisovans are still shrouded in secrets. "Denisovan remains were first discovered in 2008 and have since …

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What we know about Brian Rini claimed that he was a long-lost boy

Brian Michael Rini appeared in a Kentucky suburb on Wednesday and said he was the boy who had been held in custody by two men for seven years. DNA tests performed in an FBI lab showed that the man this is not Timmothy Pitzen, who was 14 years old. Not much is known about Rini, except the Kentucky police said …

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Does the sun have an identical twin? Scientists claim to have found a long-lost CLONE of our star

This infrared image contains a bright, fan-shaped object (lower right quadrant) that is believed to be a binary star that emits light pulses when the two stars interact. The Primitive Binary System Is Located in the IC 348 Region of the Perseus Molecular Cloud Astronomers have been known for decades to birth stars in egg-shaped cocoons, called dense nuclei, which …

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The long-lost continents under the Antarctic revealed old satellite data

By Popular Mechanics Among the millions of square kilometers of Antarctica, thousands of feet thick under the snow, earth and rock are like any other continent. Scientists say today they have discovered under Antarctica a collection of hidden continents left over millions of years ago. The researchers from Kiel University in Germany and the British Antarctic Survey who made this …

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The Andromeda galaxy "ate" the long-lost siblings of the Milky Way

The Milky Way's long-lost siblings were torn apart and devoured by our nearest major galactic neighbor – the Andromeda Galaxy – some two billion years ago, scientists have found. The massive galaxy, though largely tattered, left a rich trail of evidence – an almost invisible halo of stars larger than the Andromeda galaxy itself, and a separate compact M32 galaxy. …

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Ancient Moroccan tooth remains illuminate the history of the long-lost African wildlife

The lower jaw of Stylolophus minor, a new type of holotype. C is the 3-D model reconstructed from CT scans. It shows by translucency the tooth roots, and especially those of the anterior incisors, which are horizontally enlarged and oriented (tilted) as in the early proboscidean phosphatoferium. Length of the M1-3 series: 38.5 mm. Scale bar, 10 mm. Credit: Photographs …

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