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A Cambridge study suggests the world's oldest known cancer afflicts dogs, who can pass it along through sex. It dates back 11,000 years.

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World's Oldest Turtle Fossil Could Bridge Evolutionary Gap

Reuters (Oct. 19, 2012) — Polish paleontologists have uncovered what they believe is the world's oldest turtle fossil in the southern city of Poreba. They've also found what they suspect is a separate turtle species, previously unknown and hope that subsequent examination will help solve unanswered questions about the animals' evolution.
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