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Archaeologists discover dinosaur tail in Mexico's desert

The five-metre tail was the first ever found in the country

Branch out: Monkeys from The Magic Bojabi Tree

Children's summer reading: Slapstick capers and amazing adventures for pre-teens

Dinosaurs, hamsters, and a brother's famous bottom

Where are the wild things? Swimming, of course

We took on nature in its purest form and gave our souls a thorough cleansing

'Big nosed horned face': The literally named and slightly more unusual looking species of dinosaur discovered in Utah

The dinosaur's name translates as "big -nosed horned face"

Scientists discover why elephants' ancestors changed their diet from leaves to grass

The change in feeding behaviour had been a scientific mystery, as it occurred three million years before elephants evolved to have teeth better-suited to eating grass

An artist’s impression of Archicebus achilles, the oldest-known primate

Discovery of little monkey from 55 million years ago rewrites history of humans

A fossilised skeleton of a tiny creature with a long tail, sharp teeth and monkey-like feet has turned out to be the oldest-known primate – the group that includes gorillas, chimps and humans.

A researcher works near the carcass of a woolly mammoth found on a remote island in the Arctic Ocean

Mammoth discovery? Jurassic Park takes a step closer to reality as Russian scientists find 'blood' in woolly mammoth

Discovery in Siberia passed on to researchers who hope to clone extinct animal

Tiny but feisty prehistoric wesserpeton amphibian discovered

A tiny but feisty species of amphibian that lived in the shadows of dinosaurs has been discovered by scientists.

The Silence of the Animals: on Progress and Other Myths, By John Gray

The heretic thinker rips into liberal and humanist delusions - but his pessimism needs a new focus

The Voice judges Sir Tom Jones, Jessie J, will.i.am and Danny O’Donoghue

The Voice hopefuls reach the 'battle round'

Sparks fly as The Voice reaches the "battle round" stage as two of the acts struggle with a clash of personalities.

Market Report: Revived Halfords is pedalling in front

Shares in the bike retailer Halfords were pumped up to a two-year high yesterday on hopes in the City it is now on the right track. The analyst Georgina Johanan at JPMorgan said she thinks the bike and car accessories specialist is putting its "wheels back in motion" with better customer service, more products and a better online business.

US returns stolen $1 million Tyrannosaurus to Mongolia, as Asian nation builds 'dinosaur museum' in tribute to 70-million-year-old skeleton

The United States has returned a stolen, 70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus skeleton to Mongolia.

Ginkgos are native to China but have spread worldwide

Born survivor: The ancient Chinese tree that survived the dinosaurs and the Ice Age

The gingko became a ubiquitous presence in modern life – whether in sculpture form or as a smart drug.

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Migrant crisis: UN official Philippe Douste-Blazy reveals the harrowing sights he encountered among refugees arriving on Lampedusa

‘Can we really just turn away?’

Dead bodies, men drowning, women miscarrying – a senior UN figure on the horrors he has witnessed among migrants arriving on Lampedusa, and urges politicians not to underestimate our caring nature
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