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Which little piggy is it?

Do you know where each of your toes are? This may seem a bizarre question, but a surprising study Monday suggests you may not.

Neanderthal poo shows cavemen ate their veggies

The oldest known Neanderthal poo, uncovered in Spain, shows that cavemen ate not only meat but vegetables too, according to a study published on Wednesday.

Costa Rica is losing 30 percent of its ecosystems, study finds

Some of Costa Rica’s ecosystems could be on the verge of disappearing, says a new study released at the Mesoamerican Protected Areas Congress, held this week in San José. The study was conducted by Costa Rica’s Tropical Agriculture Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) in coordination with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

Scientists from 15 countries study deep carbon sources in Costa Rica

The interior of the Earth has large unexplored sources of carbon, and a group of 35 scientists are meeting at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) Thursday to share the latest advances and research on the subject.

The royal baby: A bouncing bundle of international obsession

This baby was delivered unto the people at 4:24 Monday afternoon, weighing eight pounds and six ounces, a presumably adorable boy.

Onwards and upwards

SOMEONE SAID: On the evolution of environmental dominance.

In for a future shock

SOMEONE SAID: Are humans getting smarter with each succeeding generation? And what does that mean for us old folk?

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