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Ancient Humans Had A Crazy Sex Life
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Ancient Humans Had A Crazy Sex Life

With the ability to sequence ancient DNA, we now know that some modern humans got busy with each other, Neanderthals, and at least two other ancient human groups. Which begs the question: who wouldn’t our ancestors get freaky with? Hey

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History of The Universe in 13,799 Dominoes
Lucy Cooke explores weird and wonderful flies at the Museum | Natural History Museum
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Lucy Cooke explores weird and wonderful flies at the Museum | Natural History Museum

Erica, hello! Nice to meet you. This is part of our insect collection. There must be millions. Approximately 34 million, to be kind of precise, if we can be. Yes, it’s one of the largest collections in the world. These

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The Forgotten Story of the Beardogs
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The Forgotten Story of the Beardogs

When you think of the world’s most fierce, numerous, and dominant meat-eating mammals, you probably think of animals like the big cats, or wolves, or bears. But long before any of those animals existed, there was another predator that prowled

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The Evolutionary Epic: Crash Course Big History #5

Hi, I’m John Green. Welcome to Crash Course Big History. Today we’re gonna be traversing the evolutionary epic – the great story of magnificent beasts, terrifying predators, quite a lot of extinctions, and countless varieties of evolutionary forms. It’s the

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Mother of all history conspiracies?
Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum
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Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum

When some dinosaurs began evolving wings, most began to form bird-like structures So what do the bat-like wings of the Ambopteryx tell us about the evolution of birds? Towards the end of the Jurassic, some small feathered dinosaur species began

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