Q1. Coconut crabs were found to be able to lift how much weight, in kilograms, with their claws? Q2. How ancestors many branchyears agooff fromdid our the human primate family tree? Q3. What is the name given to the gene required to turn thoughts into speech? Q4. The colour of light can be a direct measure of what? Q5. How much larger is a human brain compared to that of a chimp? Q6. What is the name of the oldest light in the universe? Q7. What led researchers to establish that Lucy, the name given to a 3.18 million-year-old hominin fossil, most likely spent large amounts of her time climbing amongst the trees? Q8. What is the name of the circular ridges of hills that surround craters created by asteroids? Q9. Which country is home to the 180-kilometre-wide crater that was formed 66 million years ago when an asteroid slammed into earth? Q10. The amber-encased dinosaur tail extracted from the Hukawng Valley in Burma most likely belonged to what kind of dinosaur? Q11. Which stem cells are thought to have powered the expansion of the human cerebral cortex? Q12. What did scientists recently discover was growing by just under two-thousandths of a second each century? Answers will be published in issue 74.