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Can a Jellyfish Unlock the Secret of Immortality?

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The little creature of the sea that appears to debunk the most fundamental law of the natural world: you are born, and then you die.

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If humans evolved from apes, why do apes still exist?

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The fundamental issue with this question is that there is an assumption that humans evolved from apes - but this is not the case. The simple answer is that humans did not evolve from apes: both apes, humans, and other primates evolved from a common ancestor. The common ancestor was probably more similar to apes than humans in terms of appearance. It is estimated that this lineage branched apart 8 million years ago - one branch leading to homonids (human-like), and the other branch leading to apes. This estimate varies - some arguing the split was as close as 5 million years ago, others that it was as distant as 20 million years ago.


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FLOWER POWER: The insignificant little plant, Arabidopsis…

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FLOWER POWER: Image: Mendel's Dream Arabidopsis flower captured with confocal microscopy by Heiti Paves, Centre of Excellence ENVIRON, Estonia.


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World-first hybrid shark found off Australia

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Scientists said on Tuesday that they had discovered the world's first hybrid sharks in Australian waters, a potential sign the predators were adapting to cope with climate change.

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