The young dinosaur likely didn't die from starvation, according to the new, likely highly accurate estimate. Continue reading →
New fossil evidence points the way toward solving the mystery of how the animals arrived in the New World.
Misidentified remains provide a missing link that helps resolve a gap of more than 5 million years in fur seal and sea lion evolutionary history.
Millions of years before LSD and rock and roll, dinosaurs munched on psychedelic fungus, a new study suggests.
A rodent closely related to guinea pigs used its powerful incisors to do more than just bite things.
The reptile is an extinct species called the philydrosaurus, and likely lived during the Early Cretaceous, about 145 to about 100 million years ago.
The fossils suggest that ancient scorpions crawled out of the seas and onto land earlier than thought.
The remains of a 415-million-year-old fish skull from Siberia offer hints about the origins of all jawed vertebrates, ranging from reptiles to humans.
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