Our earliest animal ancestors were a tiny but tough group, reveals newly discovered remains of the world's first tree-dwelling and subterranean mammal ancestors. Continue reading →
The earliest known horned dinosaur from North America was not exactly kissable, given its spiky cheekbones and sharp beak. Continue reading →
New laser scans of the flightless bird have exposed portions of its anatomy unknown to science, revealing secrets about how the bird once lived.
Stiff backs and strong joints indicate giant kangaroos may have been hop-less.
A trio of crocodile-like animals from Europe might have munched on dinosaurs and other impressively large prey during the Jurassic. Continue reading →
Dinos took long, heavy, deep and mucous-moistened breaths to keep their brains from frying.
What do a sabertooth cat and a can opener have in common? A lot, according to new research. Continue reading →
A survey of more than 3,000 vertebrate species reveals the damage caused by a near doubling of the human population.
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