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Gibraltar

Africans may have crossed the Strait of Gibraltar 4000 years ago

Genetic analysis suggests ancient people from sub-Saharan Africa may h...
Adolf Hitler and Rudolf Hess in Munich, 1936

Exclusive: DNA solves Rudolf Hess doppelgänger conspiracy theory

Adolf Hitler's deputy flew to Scotland in 1941 and was imprisoned for ...
Blood vessels

We’ve discovered a new type of blood vessel in our bones

There's a newly discovered network of blood vessels in our bones that ...
A neanderthal skull

The last Neanderthals may have died out much earlier than we thought

Spain was seen as the only part of Europe humans struggled to colonise...
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