New!! These ‘creativity genes’ allowed humans to take over the world

The genes of monkeys, modern humans, and Neanderthals were compared. According to a new analysis, creativity may have been one of the critical reasons Homo sapiens survived and prevailed over similar animals, including Neanderthals and chimps. According to recent research, humans could spread out and conquer the world due to a new DNA alteration (or…

Imagination!! Stranger than science fiction, The anglerfish exist now.

In 1833, a nearly perfectly spherical fish showed up on the shores of Greenland and was brought to Copenhagen, Denmark, by zoologist Johannes Christopher Hagemann Reinhardt. According to Ted Pietsch, a systematist and evolutionary biologist, this species — later identified as the footballfish, Himantolophus groenlandicus, or the man-gobbler — was the first anglerfish found in…

The Mammoth Genomes Breaks out in the DNA Sequences Record

Researchers collected DNA from more than a million-year-old fossil, shedding light on the woolly mammoth and Columbian mammoth roots. Scientists have recovered DNA from more than a million-year-old mammoth fossil discovered in Siberian permafrost. This DNA, the oldest genetic evidence found to date, sheds light on the evolutionary origins of woolly and Columbian mammoths. It…