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Sex is 385 million years old: Scientists describe pre-penis, weird square-dance
... through sexual intercourse. John Long, a professor of palaeontology at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, explained: "'Microbrachius' means little arms, but scientists have been baffled for centuries by what these bony paired arms were ...
Publ.Date : Wed, 22 Oct 2014 06:52:55 GMT
Thank this ancient fish for giving us sex
... first originated with this group of fishes," says John Long, a palaeontologist at Flinders University in South Australia who leads the research. This new finding, he adds, shows that placoderms also "gave us the intimate act of sexual intercourse as ...
Publ.Date : Wed, 22 Oct 2014 00:55:15 GMT
Scientists Have Discovered The Origin Of Sex
... conditions under which the world's first sexual intercourse occurred, according to a team of researchers out of Australia's Flinders University. The BBC reported on the team's latest study (published in the journal Nature ), which identifies the ...
Publ.Date : Fri, 17 Oct 2014 07:00:00 GMT
Scientists Discover Origins of Sex: Not Missionary Position
Turns out that a fish called Microbrachius dicki, or M. Dicki, pioneered intercourse as we know it 385 million years ago in what is now Scotland, according to a report published in Nature on Oct. 19. Professor John Long of Flinders University in Australia, who discovered that the first species to reproduce through internal fertilization belongs to the placoderm group, the earliest vertebrate ancestors of humans, said his insight came about as he was looking through a box of ancient fossils, the BBC reported . Although placoderm fossils had been widely studied before, nobody had figured out the uses of an L-shaped appendage on the fish.
Publ.Date : Tue, 21 Oct 2014 14:16:54 GMT
Origins of sex discovered: Side-by-side copulation in distant ancestors
... lead author, Professor Long, who is the Strategic Professor in Palaeontology at Flinders University in South Australia, discovered the ancient fishes mating abilities when he stumbled across a single fossil bone in the collections of the University ...
Publ.Date : Mon, 20 Oct 2014 14:38:40 GMT
Amphibian communities collapse in wake of viral outbreak
... but have also been noted for their ability to sicken and kill amphibians in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The new study is the first to document the deadly infection striking multiple amphibian species at once with such serious impact. ...
Publ.Date : Thu, 16 Oct 2014 16:35:28 GMT
Ancient Scottish fish first to have sex, and sideways too, fossil find shows
... - first originated with this group of fishes," said John Long, a palaeontologist at Flinders University in South Australia who led the research. Matt Friedman, a palaeobiologist from Britain's Oxford University who was not involved in the research, ...
Publ.Date : Mon, 20 Oct 2014 22:29:55 GMT
Planet's First Sex Act: Ancient Armored Fish did it Sideways
... critical episode in our own extended evolutionary history." The research involved a team of collaborators from Australia, Estonia, the UK, Sweden and China, who scrutinized a vast number of fossil specimens held in museum collections across the ...
Publ.Date : Mon, 20 Oct 2014 20:40:24 GMT
VIDEO: Origins of intercourse traced to fish
... lakes about 385 million years ago in what is now Scotland. Lead author Prof John Long, from Flinders University in Australia, said: "We have defined the very point in evolution where the origin of internal fertilisation in all animals began.
Publ.Date : Mon, 20 Oct 2014 18:01:13 GMT
Joy of sex began 385 million years ago with armored fish
... -- first originated with this group of fishes," said John Long, a paleontologist at Flinders University in South Australia who led the research. Matt Friedman, a paleobiologist from Britain's Oxford University who was not involved in the research, ...
Publ.Date : Mon, 20 Oct 2014 17:55:37 GMT