Many pterodactyls, such as the ones depicted in Jurassic Park, were huge, but the dino-era airborne beasts evolved from a tiny flying reptile. Continue reading →
Sharks have been on Earth for ages, but today's sharks turn out to have leaner, meaner bodies than those of extinct sharks.
Which came first: carnivores or herbivores? A newly discovered tiny meat eater answers that questions and more. Continue reading →
An extinct marsupial hunter only the size of a fox may have hunted prey larger than itself.
A fossil freezes in time the moment when a reptile that lived before dinosaurs gave birth. Continue reading →
A pre-Dino Era carnivore could literally bite off more than it could chew thanks to its serrated "steak knife" teeth. Continue reading →
Five million years ago, before the Ice Ages, strange mammals resided along the Pacific coast near modern San Francisco. Continue reading →
A canine cancer originated in a prehistoric inbred dog, which led to the spread of the disease all around the globe. Continue reading →
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