Who said archeology isn't sexy?! A newly uncovered fossil shows just how ancient bugs got down to mating business.
More than 70 million years ago, a baby shark may have bitten off more than it could digest.
A new species of ancient megamouth shark is identified, five decades after the first teeth were discovered.
Hyenas might have eaten prehistoric humans, suggests human hair found in a clump of fossilized dung. Continue reading →
The world's first known face belonged to a prehistoric fish with a bullet-shaped head, body armor and beady eyes.
Prehistoric terror birds looked ferocious, but they likely spent most of their days feasting on plants. Continue reading →
Eighteen new prehistoric sharks have been identified -- but some 60 to 90 percent of all ancient sharks have yet to be identified.
A newly found prehistoric shark from Arizona sported head spikes that gave it a devilish appearance. Continue reading →
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