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All Stories by Freda Kreier
People in Siberia were exchanging canines and probably other goods as early as 7,000 years ago with cultures as far off as Europe and the Near East.
The first lunar rocks returned to Earth in more than 40 years show that the moon was volcanically active later than scientists thought.
Health & Medicine
Finding sensors on nerve cells that detect temperature and pressure nets California scientists David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian a Nobel Prize.
A spider trapped in amber 99 million years ago guarded her eggs and may have helped raise her young.
Prehistoric people’s footprints show that humans were in North America during the height of the last ice age, researchers say.