Vampire Bats “French Kiss” With Mouthfuls Of Blood To Develop Social Bonds

Vampire Bats "French Kiss" With Mouthfuls Of Blood To Develop Social Bonds

Vampire Bats “French Kiss” With Mouthfuls Of Blood To Develop Social Bonds There are all sorts of strange behaviours that animals establish and strengthen social relations. Elephants use watering holes. Birds dance. Vampire bats share blood-drenched “French kisses.” Dance of the birds. “French kisses” exchanged by vampires bats blood. According to IFLScience, scientists have found that a social ritual among […]

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Dinosaur DNA Found Remarkably Preserved in 75 Million-Year-Old Fossil

Dinosaur DNA Found Remarkably Preserved in 75 Million Year-Old Fossil

Dinosaur DNA Found Remarkably Preserved in 75 Million-Year-Old Fossil Cartilage cells, chromosomes and DNA were found preserved in the baby duck-billed dinosaur 75 million-year-old fossils, according to a study. Skull fragments of young, nest-bound Hypacrosaurus specimens unarthed in Montana’s US from the ‘ Two Medicine Formation ‘ were analyzed by researchers. These organic material should not historically remain intact for so long […]

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3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy Speaks From The Afterlife

3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy Speaks From The Afterlife

3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy Speaks From The Afterlife Scientists have fulfilled the wish for life after death of a mummified Egyptian priest-by replicating his voice with artificial vocal cords. The voice of Nesyamun was reproduced as a vowellike sound reminiscent of the bleat of a sheep. The priest lived between 1099 and 1069BC during the politically complex reign of Pharaoh Ramses XI. As a priest in Thebes, for his ritual duties which included singing, Nesyamun would […]

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Mom’s Phone Call Helps Uncover Oldest Long-Necked Dinosaur on Record

Mom's Phone Call Helps Uncover Oldest Long-Necked Dinosaur on Record

Mom’s Phone Call Helps Uncover Oldest Long-Necked Dinosaur on Record There’s a lot missing from the fossil record when it comes to the earliest dinosaurs. That makes the discovery of not one but three well-preserved skeletons, two of them nearly complete, all the more significant. Even better: The new species they represent, Macrocollum itaquii, is the oldest long-necked dinosaur known. The […]

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