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When human relatives first visited a green Arabian peninsula

Buried in the Arabian desert the sand is clues to the peninsula's wet, greener past. Fossils from long-elephant elephants, antelopes…

Buried in the Arabian desert the sand is clues to the peninsula’s wet, greener past. Fossils from long-elephant elephants, antelopes and jaguars paint a prehistoric scene that is not of a strange wilderness, but of a blooming savannah plunged with water holes. Now researchers have found what they think is evidence of the early human …

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