Neanderthal Remains Sites
Neanderthal Remains Sites research is bringing more and more knowledge about past eras and the life of Homo neanderthalensis during the Ice Ages. We learn about the places where stone tools were made, the hunting of large herbivores, and shelters from dangerous predators. ...
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Zastavka Neandr1
Researchers find Neanderthal remains in many locations in Europe and Asia, providing a wealth of crucial information about their anatomy and culture. The Catalog of Neanderthal Remains lists key Neanderthal sites with brief descriptions of the finds and their ages. ...
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Neanderthal Man
Neanderthal man, or Homo neanderthalensis, is an extinct species of the genus Homo. Between 500,000 and 40,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch, they inhabited Eurasia, predominantly Europe. Neanderthals were powerful hunters, well adapted to surviving in the glacial period. ...
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Dinosaurs
The article discusses the most interesting facts about the lives of ancient dinosaurs. They were the largest creatures ever to inhabit the land. During the Mesozoic era, these gigantic reptiles ruled the entire Earth. Later, they became completely extinct, and our ancestors — mammals — spread across the land. However, paleontologists continue to uncover more and more fossils of these famous reptiles. ...
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Plantae fern
The origin of plants was a lengthy evolutionary process during which plants and animals de-scended from a common primitive ancestor. This occurred several billion years ago, even in the Archean eon. Chlorophyll gives plants their green color and they can feed on inorganic sub-stances. ...
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Hemichordata
Hemichordates are strictly marine benthic organisms. They are characterized by similar initial stages of embryonic development, the presence of a notochord (a dorsal outgrowth of the gut, also known as a stomochord), the unique structure of the secondary body cavity, and perforating budding. They first appeared in the early or middle Cambrian period. ...
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