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» New insights into the origin of the Indo-European languages
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» Giant stone artefacts found on rare Ice Age site in Kent, UK
» Humans' evolutionary relatives butchered one another 1.45 million years ago
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» New method traces ancestry of hybrid plants and animals
» Lingering effects of Neanderthal DNA found in modern humans
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