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  2. ARCHAEOLOGY. 'Culinary frontier' tracks Madagascar's Asian settlers.

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  3. ANCIENT DNA. How Europe exported the Black Death.

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  4. ARCHAEOLOGY. Megaproject asks: What drove the Vikings?

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  5. WATER RESOURCES. Iraq confronts a new enemy--the Persian Gulf.

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  6. In the line of fire

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    Palmyra, Nimrud, the Bamiyan Buddhas – the list of antiquities felled in recent years goes on. But at one site in Afghanistan, insurgents aren't the greatest threat, finds Andrew Lawler
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  8. Mercy on these people, and give us a road.

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  9. The poisoned necklace.

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  10. Making contact.

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  11. A world without chickens

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    We often take this humble bird for granted, but could humanity survive without it? Andrew Lawler investigates
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  13. Archaeology. Satellites track heritage loss across Syria and Iraq.

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  14. Migrations. Epic pre-Columbian voyage suggested by genes.

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  15. In search of Green Arabia.

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  16. Sailing Sinbad's seas.

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  17. Drawing a bead on trade.

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  18. Edible crabs "go west": migrations and incubation cycle of Cancer pagurus revealed by electronic tags.

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    Crustaceans are key components of marine ecosystems which, like other exploited marine taxa, show seasonable patterns of distribution and activity, with consequences for their availability to capture by targeted fisheries. Despite concerns over the sustainability of crab fisheries worldwide, dif...
  19. Animal domestication. In search of the wild chicken.

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  20. Animal domestication. From farmyard to the lab.

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