The world’s oldest known fossilized sperm has just been discovered in a 50-million-year-old worm cocoon from Antarctica. Continue reading →
No mate? No problem for a free-living flatworm that shoots sperm into its head to fertilize itself. Continue reading →
The prehistoric animal is so bizarre that, for years, scientists couldn’t figure out which side of it was the front and which was the back.
The alien-like worm has a mouth in the middle of its belly and can climb trees.
The faint blue-green glow of this millipede redefines how we look at the evolution of bioluminescence across the tree of life.
This 505-million-year-old phallus-like creature actually had a throat full of teeth.
The creatures, which still exist today, feasted on prehistoric reptiles more than 100 million years ago, a new study finds.
The strange glow worms may use their phosphorescence to lure unsuspecting flies and ants into their waiting, open jaws.
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