Neanderthals Had a Thing for Eagles — And Hyenas
However, Neanderthals are not thought, based on current evidence, to have had much interest in dogs.
MicroRNAs: A New Clue About Octopus Intelligence?
While octopus brains are very different from vertebrate brains, they share with vertebrates, a huge number of microRNAs.
Design Inference: Stone Structures Were Intelligently Arranged, Though We Don’t Know by Whom
There are hundreds of these structures. They extend over much of the Middle East: Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen.