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Until now, the earliest leftovers of cocoa consumption were in residues from a Maya tomb in Guatemala from A.
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Until now, the earliest Ardipithecus fossils came from a 4.
Until now, the earliest evidence of maize growing in the New World came from a radiocarbon analysis of 5,500-year-old cobs from San Marcos Cave, located in southern Mexico's Tehuacan Valley.
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Preserved in 530-million-year-old rocks from Yunnan province, the paper clip-size impressions record the earliest known fish, which predate the next-oldest vertebrates by at least 30 million years.
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The flute, one of six unearthed in a prehistoric Chinese village, is the earliest known complete, playable musical instrument, a research group reports.
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As Smithson and his colleagues watched the fossil emerge from the rock, they discovered signs that this creature had lived on land, making it the earliest known animal with a backbone to conquer the continents.
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5-million-year-old sediment that yielded these fossils contains animal bones bearing the earliest known traces of butchery, reports a team headed by anthropologist Berhane Asfaw of the Rift Valley Research Service in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.