Some 48-million-years ago, a horse was about to give birth, but the tragedy that followed has been frozen in time.
A larger mouth can improve feasting, as demonstrated by a newly identified prehistoric shark that could take in enormous quantities of food.
Long before dinosaurs and humans there was a spider relative, shaped like a Greek warship, which swam around Iowa seeking prey.
The dinosaurs of Gondwana may have wandered around and died in fields of flowers that were the ancestors of daisies.
About 48 million years ago, a natural miracle occurred: The first known “Jesus lizard” walked on water. Continue reading →
The massive fish, Leptostyrax macrorhiza, would have been one of the largest predators of its day.
Who needs cupid when you have built-in arrows to attract the opposite sex?
Which came first: heads or brains? One of the oldest brains ever discovered is helping to answer that question and more.
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