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Paige Madison , February 28th, 2020
Kamelus Nampung, one of the Manggarai people who live on the Indonesian island of Flores, cooks a giant rat. Paige Madison “Don’t forget to save every last bone!”…
Paige Madison , February 16th, 2018
The skeleton on the left is “Lucy,” an Australopithecus afarensis that is 3.2 million years old. The one on the right is a Homo naledi called “Neo,” which…
Paige Madison , May 25th, 2016
When first found, “Neanderthal man” remains were thought by some scientists to be from a diseased modern human. However, upon examining the Gibraltar skull, George Busk argued that…