Trilobite Processions

Trilobite processions found, according to CNRS Press Release, National Geographic Science (AAAS) News, National Geographic 17 October 2019, and Scientific Reports 17 October 2019 doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-51012-3. Scientists from the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) along with other French and Swiss colleagues have studied fossils containing multiple specimens of trilobites named Ampyx priscus dated […]

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Monkey Daylight

Mammals Emerge into Daylight

Mammals emerge into daylight after dinosaur extinction, according to ScienceDaily and New Scientist 6 November 2017 and Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2017; doi: 10.1038/s41559-017-0366-5, published online 6 November 2017. According to an evolutionary theory, known as the “nocturnal bottleneck hypothesis”, mammals evolved from a small nocturnal common ancestor who hid during the daylight hours to […]

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Homosexual Penguins Live in New York

Homosexual penguins live in New York, according to a report in The Observer (UK), 8 February 2004, p.1. Two male penguins in New York’s Central Park Zoo, make mating gestures towards one another, but showed no interest in mating when a female penguin was provided. Their keeper noticed them trying to hatch a rock and […]

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