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Clues To Climate Of Historical Earth Lie In Ancient Human Feces
Bowel-based biomarkers indicate where ancient humans settled and started changing the environment.
This Mud Could Revolutionize How Scientists Study The Past
New radiocarbon measurements from the silty bottom of a Japanese lake could help scientists pinpoint when Neanderthals died out.
Buried Since the Jurassic Era, Ocean Microbes Are Still ‘Barely Alive’
With no meal for 86 million years, and barely enough oxygen to sustain metabolism, can a single-celled organism really be...