Why Can’t You Remember the First Years of Your Life? What Scientists Know About ‘Infantile Amnesia’

No one knows for sure why we can’t remember the things that happened to us when we were infants—but scientists have a few guesses.

Source: Why Can’t You Remember the First Years of Your Life? What Scientists Know About ‘Infantile Amnesia’

Scientists reveal origin of mammal evolution milestone: warm-bloodedness 

Scientists have answered a longstanding question about mammalian evolution, examining ear anatomy of living and extinct mammals and their close relatives to determine when warm-bloodedness – a trait integral to the lineage’s success – first emerged.

Source: Scientists reveal origin of mammal evolution milestone: warm-bloodedness | Reuters

Evolution: A fish that evolved to stand up on land went back to living in water 

A fossil from 385 million years ago named Qikiqtania wakei shows that a descendant of early land animals lost its adaptations for land and became a more efficient swimmer

Source: Evolution: A fish that evolved to stand up on land went back to living in water | New Scientist