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The birth of agriculture 11,000 years could advance

The birth of agriculture 11,000 years could advance

I Until now there was consensus among historians and archaeologists: agriculture was born some 12,000 years ago in the so-called Fertile Crescent wedge of territory that extends current Turkey, Egypt and the Middle East. But a sensational discovery just published ...

Bats hunt flies in the sexual act

Bats hunt flies in the sexual act

I Having sex can be very dangerous if you're a harmless fly and predators lurk. A study by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology reveals that bats are able to locate the flies by the sound of their ...

The seas are put acids

The seas are put acids

I About a quarter of the CO2 from fossil fuels and cement production is absorbed by the oceans, which translates into increased acidification, or decreased pH, one of the main enemies of marine life. I The problem to know how much ...

Cloned pets, bio-fashion business

Cloned pets, bio-fashion business

I In South Korea, the company RNL Bio just made its first commercial cloning to create five identical puppies from tissues of a deceased Pit Bull Terrier. Its owner, Bernann McKinney, retained tissue from the ear of your pet in ...

They found two new species of primitive fish

They found two new species of primitive fish

I A team of paleontologists from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, in collaboration with experts in primitive animals from different Chinese and European institutions, has been discovered in the Swiss site of Monte San Giorgio Saurichthys two new species, some ...