A bizarre animal that looks like nothing alive on Earth today probably used its unique shape to collect drifting particles from the ocean to feed on.
A look at dinosaur eggs suggests most dinosaurs buried their eggs in nests covered with dirt and vegetation, a tactic also used by modern crocodiles.
Complex animal life may have begun some 9 million years earlier than previously thought.
The creature had a massive wingspan of about 4.5 feet and sported a total of 110 teeth.
The mega shark lived 300 million years ago and would have made today's great whites look like shrimps.
The ancient mammal used its long snout like a vacuum cleaner, pulling up food from the heavily vegetated shoreline.
The wing has the oldest occurrence of connective tissue in association with flight feathers of birds.
Some of the planet's earliest known creatures had no trouble multiplying, even though their sex lives could be described in one word: non-existent.
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