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Boyd, Lee. July/August 2002. Reborn free. Natural History, vol. 111, no. 6, p. 56. Przewalski's horses return to the Mongolian steppe, rebred from fifteen animals captured at the dawn of the last century.

Lewis, Ricki. March 4, 2002. Pufferfish genomes probe human genes. The Scientist, vol. 16, no. 6, p. 18. Take the "junk" out of our genome, and what's left resembles a pufferfish genome.

Lewis, Ricki. June 25, 2001. From hair to eternity. The Scientist, vol. 15, no. 13, p. 21. A single gene difference helps distinguish ape from human.

Lewis, Ricki. January 7, 2002. SNPs as windows on evolution. The Scientist, vol. 16, no. 1, p. 16. Clues to our past and our relationship to each other lie in single DNA base differences.

Rensberger, John M., and Mahito Watabe. August 10, 2000. Fine structure of bone in dinosaurs, birds and mammals. Nature, vol. 406, p. 619. Bony evidence supports the theory that birds and dinosaurs are closely related.

Tchernov, Eitan, et al. March 17, 2000. A fossil snake with limbs. Science, vol. 287. p. 2010. A 95-million-year-old fossil snake shows clear evidence of leg bones.

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