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Antarctica, Glossopteris and the sexual revolution
Antarctica, Glossopteris and the sexual revolution. Download audio; show transcript. Broadcast: Sunday 6 March 2011 8:45AM.
DNA Links 8500-Year-Old Kennewick Man to Native Tribes
Kennewick Man, one of the oldest and best-preserved skeletons ever found in North America, is closely related to Native Americans, says a year-long genetic study on the 8,500-year-old bones.
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Geology And Ancient Fossils Inspired HP Lovecraft To Write His Best Horror Story
In 1914, British paleontologist Albert Charles Seward described the fossil plants collected by Scott's party as Glossopteris and Vertebraria, two species of plants distributed almost worldwide.
How life on Earth recovers after a devastating mass extinction
The bulk of the world's coal today derives from vast swathes of the Permian seed fern Glossopteris – a prominent casualty, whose loss led to a “coal gap” of at least 12m years.

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