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Newborn megalodons larger than humans, scientists say
Enormous megatooth sharks, or megalodons, which patrolled the world’s oceans more than three million years ago, gave birth to babies larger than most adult humans, scientists say.
Humans are responsible for 96% of past animal extinctions, study finds
Human-related issues are the main reason the rate of mammal species becoming extinct has increased. This week’s edition of Science Advances published research that said 96% of extinctions over the last 126,000 years were more to do with human activity than climate change associated with Ice Age cycles.
Humans have been making poison arrows for over 70,000 years: Study
From slaying centaurs to biblical mentions, poison-tipped arrows are a staple of cultural stories in the West. But they've also proved highly effective in reality, so much so that Indigenous peoples around the world are still making use of them today, to successfully feed themselves and their families.
Mosquitoes may evolve to favor humans over animals
More species of mosquito may evolve to bite humans instead of other animals and spread disease because of urbanization, according to a scientific study.
Humans try to take back Thai city from monkeys
Residents barricaded indoors, rival gang fights and no-go zones for humans. Welcome to Lopburi, an ancient Thai city overrun by monkeys super-charged on junk food, whose population is growing out of control.
Humans really want to be kind to each other, even in the face of competing interests
If one word sums up 2020 so far, it's division. A recent study could give us some much-needed optimism.
Evolution of pandemic coronavirus outlines path from animals to humans
A team of scientists studying the origin of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that has caused the COVID-19 pandemic, found that it was especially well-suited to jump from animals to humans by shapeshifting as it gained the ability to infect human cells.
How will humans, by nature social animals, fare when isolated?
In many ways Claudia (not her real name), a 33-year-old art dealer, feels prepared for the COVID-19 lockdown in London. As a recovering alcoholic who has had a “mental breakdown or two”, she has spent time in rehab. Her movements there were restricted. She had to follow a strict routine, waking and eating her meals at the same time each day. That routine is now serving her well. Along with the rest of Britain, she is in lockdown as the country battles to slow the spread of COVID-19. Its inhabitants are allowed out of their homes only in the most limited circumstances. The government has told people to avoid meeting anyone they do not live with, even family members.
Stone tools show how humans in India survived a supervolcano eruption
Of all the volcanic eruptions to shake our planet in the last two million years, the Toba super-eruption in India was one of the most colossal. But it may not have been the global catastrophe we once thought it was.
Early humans feasted on fish in Sahara Desert 10,000 years ago
An investigation into the animal remains in the Sahara Desert has revealed that humans living there 10,000 years ago were eating fish for their supper.
Dogs' eyes evolve to appeal to humans
If a dog has eyes that seem to be telling you something or demanding your attention, it could be evolution's way of manipulating your feelings.
Exploding stars led to humans walking on two legs, radical study suggests
It was the evolutionary leap that defined the species: While other apes ambled around on all fours, the ancestors of humans rose up on two legs and, from that lofty position, went on to conquer the world.

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