If you've seen Jurassic Park, then you know dinosaurs had a fierce roar to go along with their other menacing features. But, perhaps sadly, it turns out they might not have been able to roar at all.
The Usain Bolt of the dinosaur era has been identified, along with nine of the other fastest dinosaurs that ever lived.
The impish little Devils Hole pupfish has pulled a fast one -- evolutionarily speaking.
The largest ape to roam Earth died out 100,000 years ago because it failed to move to the savannah grass when climate change hit its preferred diet.
The animal lives inside wild figs and evolves a different mouth form based on food availability.
This year was one of the best ever for paleontology, marking the discovery of a diverse group of new dino all-stars.
New mathematical models show the Galapagos Islands bird could be extinct in as little as 43 years.
All dogs alive today can trace at least some of their ancestry back to dogs that were domesticated 33,000 years ago in southern East Asia, suggests one of the most extensive ever investigations of canine DNA.
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