Early humans ate the shelled swimmers alongside plants and large game animals, a Tel Aviv university study found.
Remains found in Kenya of a slaughter from 10,000 years ago suggests warfare may have existed even before humans began agriculture.
A passer-by found a meter-long shell on a riverbank in Argentina that may be from a glyptodont, an enormous ancestor of today's armadillo.
Why just swim when you can fly underwater? That’s essentially what an iconic Dino Era marine predator did.
The find reveals that Late Jurassic horned dinosaurs were much more diverse than previously thought.
Thousands of stone structures that form geometric patterns in the Middle East are coming into clearer view.
A newly unearthed engraving is like a prehistoric home selfie, since hunter-gatherers are thought to have drawn their own campsite.
Our ancestors slept about as many hours a night as we do, though their sleep quality was likely better.
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