In 2017, scientists found fossils dating back to at least 3.8 billion years ago. How have life forms changed since then - and why?

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A team of researchers used 3D printing and robotics to study how the plesiosaur moved.

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Venomous snakes are not only dangerous, but also fascinating because their venom holds clues to medical discoveries that can save human lives.

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New research shows chameleons actively tune nano-crystals to change their color.

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How does an animal without legs actually move across the ground? This is a question that mathematicians at the National Science Foundation set out to answer using observation, experimentation, and computer modelling.

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The invasion of fire ants is causing evolution in local species of lizard. Learn what is happening!

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Watch video footage of leaping lizards that supports a 40-year-old hypothesis about how theropod dinosaurs, such as velociraptors adjusted the angle of their tails to stay stable when jumping

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During mating season males often compete for females in the form of a dance off. Check out their moves here!

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This video shows how the gecko can defy gravity, using nothing but its own skin.

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The tentacled snake is a natural born killer. Rather than relying purely on speed or strength, it cleverly tricks fish into becoming its next meal.

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