Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Fabulous Darwinius Fossil and More for Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Stunning 47-million-year-old fossil unveiled in the US

Common Ancestor Of Humans, Modern Primates?

Scientists unveil ancient fossilized primate

47-million-year-old primate fossil unveiled

Darwinius masillae

Darwinius masillae

Feeding In Monkeys And Humans: Ancient Roots

New Insight Into Primate Eye Evolution

Circus faces suit over elephants

Triplet jaguar cubs born in Berlin


Panthera onca

Man charged over kangaroo attacks

* Kestrels for pest kills: birds replace pesticides in Israel


How Crabs That Live In Hydrothermal Vents Reproduce


Survey finds slower decline of honeybee colonies;_ylt=AnEmqEGQCRsWlV6fjx_gnqYPLBIF

Critical Role Of Evolutionary Processes In Species Coexistence And Diversity Revealed

Epigenetics: 100 Reasons To Change The Way We Think About Genetics


Climate Change Odds Much Worse Than Thought

River Delta Areas Can Provide Clue To Environmental Changes

River delta

Pre-industrial Mercury Pollution In The Andes

Mercury (Hg)

Stem cells "seek and destroy" cancer cells: study

New cancer-killing method found in stem cells

Warning over new threat from MRSA


Why Eczema Often Leads To Asthma



HIV's spread around Europe mapped

Wiping data 'hits flu prediction'

Pandemic Passenger Screening For Airports

Trace Elements Unbalanced In Dialysis Patients

Trace element


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