Last month in South Africa, scientists announced the discovery of a new group of early humans called Homo naledi. Now an analysis shows that this hominin had hands capable of both tree climbing and tool use, plus feet that were adapted for walking upright.
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Anyone else in Canada using Telus for their home internet? They're now charging data overages for internet usage that exceeds the caps they've implemented. Feeling quite pissed about this as I'm a new Telus client and was told this wouldn't happen when I signed up just 5 months ago. #telus#bs#datacap
"So, while the finer points of the extinction chronology continue to be debated in the halls of bones worldwide, I’ll offer up this summary for those who’ve heard enough: Once upon a time, a giant space rock or three smashed into the Earth, lava spewed everywhere, the air became toxic and most of the big things died.
For nearly forty years, paleontologists have argued over what really killed the dinosaurs. Was it an massive asteroid impact, or a spate of volcanic eruptions? Or what if a powerful impact ignited volcanoes, walloping Earth’s biosphere with a deadly 1-2 punch?