The mysterious 'Higgs BISON' is found: Ice Age cave paintings show the origins of the elusive hybrid species



Artworks created by Ice Age cave artists 15,000 years ago have shed light on a previously unknown hybrid species of bison and cattle.
The animal is dubbed the Higgs Bison because of its elusive nature, in reference to the Higgs Boson or 'god particle' - the existence of which was only confirmed in 2013.
The beast originated 120,000 years ago when now-extinct Aurochs – the ancestor of modern cattle – bred with Steppe Bison that ranged across the cold grasslands from Europe to Mexico.
THE  HIGGS BISON  The researchers found a distinctive genetic signal from many fossil bison bones, which was... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail
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