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Walking sticks mimic two leafy looks and split their species
June 1, 2002
Volume 161, No. 22, p. 350

Old Frilly Face: Triceratops' relative fills fossil-record gap
March 23, 2002
Volume 161, No. 12, p. 180

Heads Up: Problem solving pushed bright primates toward bigger brains
March 16, 2002
Volume 161, No. 11, p. 166

DNA Diaspora: Humanity may share tangled genetic roots
March 9, 2002
Volume 161, No. 10, p. 149

No Olympian: Analysis hints T. rex ran slowly, if at all
March 2, 2002
Volume 161, No. 9, p. 131

Did Space Rocks Deliver Sugar?
December 22, 2001
Volume 160, No. 25, p. 388

Subway dig in L.A. yields fossil trove (PDF)
December 23 & 30, 2000
Volume 158, No. 26 & 27, p. 416

Lowering lilies on the tree of life (PDF)
November 25, 2000
Volume 158, No. 22, p. 349

Out on a Limb (PDF)
November 25, 2000
Volume 158, No. 22, p. 346

Early Biped Fossil Pops Up in Europe (PDF)
November 4, 2000
Volume 158, No. 19, p. 292

Dull birds and bright ones beat so-so guys (PDF)
October 28, 2000
Volume 158, No. 18, p. 277

Whatever that is, it's scary (PDF)
October 7, 2000
Volume 158, No. 15, p. 232

Gene test probes Neandertal origins (PDF)
July 8, 2000
Volume 158, No. 2, p. 21