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Scientists identify what killed millions in 16th century Mexico

In 1545, an epidemic known as “cocoliztli,” an Aztec Nahuatl word for “pestilence," swept through large areas of Guatemala and Mexico. The disease caused high fevers, headaches, bleeding from the eyes, mouth, and nose, ending in death.

Monarch butterfly genome sequencing yields surprising results

Scientists studying the genes of the familiar Monarch butterfly have come up with new information about how it accomplishes its famous annual migration across North America, and how the species evolved.
 

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Rounded altar in canaanite temple in megiddo. Image taken August 5  2008.
Rounded altar in canaanite temple in megiddo. Image taken August 5, 2008.
avishai teicher
The map shows the location of the newly sequenced Bronze Age Sidon samples (pink triangle labeled wi...
The map shows the location of the newly sequenced Bronze Age Sidon samples (pink triangle labeled with red text), as well as the locations of published ancient samples used as comparative data in this study.
American Journal of Human Genetics

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