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10,000 year old infant female ‘Neve’ becomes oldest ever discovered

The girl, dubbed “Neve” by researchers, was around 40 to 50 days old at the time of her burial roughly 10,000 years ago.

Springtime brought the death of the dinosaurs - study

The dinosaurs — and 75% of life on earth — were wiped out in the midst of spring, according to a new study.

'Fossil fuels will exist with renewable energy' - Yossi Rosen at Maariv Business Summit

“Almost every product that we use has oil or one of its substitutes, and this will continue for many years,” said Rosen. Israel's security considerations will stop it from halting traditional fuel.

Footprints in the sand

Tanzania footprints offer clues on origin of human upright walking

Researchers said on Wednesday a thorough new examination of the fossil footprints has shown that they were made not by a bear, as once believed, but by a hominin.


Humanity's missing link: 2-million-year-old bones shed light on human spine

The Australopithecus sediba is estimated to have lived nearly two million years ago and is thought to be a predecessor to the Homo genus, to which modern humans – Homo sapiens – belong.

Climate Change: What are fossil fuels, how do they harm the planet?

How are they formed, and why are they so problematic? Here is everything you need to know.


US, Canada among 20 countries to stop financing fossil fuels abroad

By covering all fossil fuels, including oil and gas, the deal goes further than a pledge made by G20 countries this year to halt overseas financing for just coal.


Ancient Egyptian killer whale with legs identified as new species

The newly-discovered species of killer whale, dubbed Phiomicetus anubis, most likely roamed the Earth's oceans during the Eocene Period, around 56 to 34 million years ago.

Fossils of two previously unknown dinosaurs discovered off the coast of England

Scientists announced the discovery of fossils of two Cretaceous Period meat-eaters on the southwest of the island, one of Europe's richest locales for dinosaur remains.

Footprints in the sand

Oldest evidence of human presence in Americas discovered in new research

A US Geological Survey team found footprints left in North America by humans 21-23 thousand years ago.

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