Modern Human Brains Less Error-Prone Than Neanderthals, Says Study

Modern human brains make fewer mistakes than those of Neanderthals despite being of similar size, scientists in Germany have found.

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Ancient Giant-Headed Amphibian That Used Sticky Tongue To Catch Prey Discovered

Scientists have discovered a previously unknown species of extinct amphibian that used its powerful sticky tongue to catch bugs. The

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Looted Benin Bronzes Returned By Germany

German authorities have returned the first of a treasure trove of bronzes looted from West Africa during the colonial era.

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Prehistoric Farmers Were Bugged By Insects And Mice, Says Study

Stone Age farmers in southern France were fighting mice and insects feasting on their supplies 4,000 years ago, a new

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3D View Of Stinky One-Cell Ocean Organism

Scientists have provided fascinating insights into the structure of single-celled organisms living in the eastern Atlantic Ocean infamous for its

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Scientists Develop Breath Check Security System

Biometric authentication could soon be revolutionised as scientists in Japan have developed a security tool which identifies people by their

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