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Ancient bird bones redate human activity in Madagascar by 6,000 years

Disarticulation marks on the base of the tarsometatarsus. These cut marks were made when removing the toes from the foot. Credit: ZSL Analysis of bones, from what was once the world's largest bird, ha... read more

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UMass Amherst Researchers and Colleagues Find Human Activity on Madagascar 6,000 Years Earlier than Previously Thought

We don’t yet know whether the first people to arrive in Madagascar went extinct. If that happened, we don’t know when. We do have butchered bones of elephant birds that are 6,000 years old, and other ... read more

Humans Lived in Madagascar 6,000 Years Earlier Than Previously Thought

Prior to this new work, the oldest evidence of human activity on Madagascar came ... The discovery of butchered elephant bird bones, directly dated to 10,000 years ago, now places humans in Madagascar ... read more

Early Holocene human presence in Madagascar evidenced by exploitation of avian megafauna

3 Department of Anthropology, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794, USA. 4 Centre ValBio, Ranomafana, Ifanadiana 312, Madagascar. 5 Mention Bassins Sédimentaires Evolution Conservation, Unive... read more

The First Americans May Have Arrived 130,000 Years Ago

There have been a handful of sites from Brazil and Chile to the Great Plains of the U.S. suggesting human activity ... bones, or with a herd of heavy beasties trampling the unfortunate mastodon, alive ... read more

Prehistoric DNA reveals the story of a Pleistocene survivor, the muskox

Naturally much of what we know about Pleistocene mammals has been derived from fossils, but the bones do not just record ... but for the past forty years or so the top contenders have been human hunti... read more

Humans may have colonized Madagascar later than previously thought

New archaeological evidence from southwest Madagascar ... cutmarks in bones dated before 1200 years BP were in fact animal biting and gnawing marks, root etching, or chop marks from the excavation, su... read more

Coelacanth slowly reveals its secrets

We still have little idea about how long these ancient-looking fish live for. The survey by Fricke’s team confirms that coelacanths can live for at least 21 years; they resighted the same fish at the ... read more

Reflections on an Oyster

of him — will be reduced to a pile of bones ... details of ancient ecosystems. And recent years have yielded up an astonishing wealth of “transitional forms” — organisms with bodies that are in betwee... read more

Silver Pen Lets You Draw Your Own Circuits

Once the silver ink dries, it’s as good as wire or printed circuits at conducting electricity, and it survives all kinds of mangling—researchers had to bed the paper back and forth 6,000 times to get ... read more

Ancient Bird Bones Redate Human Activity In Madagascar By 6,000 Years

Analysis of bones, from what was once the world’s largest bird, has revealed that humans arrived on the tropical island of Madagascar more than 6,000 years earlier than previously thought – according ... read more
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