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This ‘bizarre-looking, buck-toothed’ dinosaur that could fit in your palm flew around the Jurassic skies like a bat
Scientists discovered a 163-million-year old dinosaur in China that had leathery wings like a modern-day bat.
Scientists may have discovered a new human species. It lived on a tiny island in the Philippines at the same time as Homo sapiens.
Anthropologists may have discovered a new human relative named Homo luzonensis on the island of Luzon in the Philippines.
Nibbled-on bones found in a cave revealed that our Neanderthal ancestors ate each other. Scientists may have figured out why.
A rapid global warming 120,000 years ago left our Neanderthal ancestors facing starvation. So they turned to cannibalism.
Paleontologists discovered an ancient whale off the coast of Peru that had four legs and could walk on land.
This ancient sea creature had 18 tentacles that funneled food into its gaping mouth — and it may be the ancestor of an even creepier ocean anima...
Scientists have discovered a 518-million-year-old fossilized sea creature that had 18 tentacles. It could be the ancestor of comb jellies.
Paleontologists have discovered the world’s biggest and longest-lived T. rex. It weighed almost 20,000 pounds.
The world's heaviest T. rex to date, nicknamed Scotty, weighed almost 20,000 pounds.
The real T. rex looked nothing like the monster in ‘Jurassic Park.’ These 13 discoveries have upended our picture of the ‘king of th...
Scientists have learned a lot about T. rex since "Jurassic Park." Here are 13 facts you probably didn't know about the "king of the dinosaurs."
Paleontologists discovered a tiny dinosaur relative at the South Pole, which they've named "Antarctic King." The fossil is some 250 million years old.
Our understanding of human history has been thoroughly upended by a number of discoveries over the past few years. There's less certainty now about how long ago we evolved, when humans spread around the world, and how we co-existed with other hominid species.
A 240-million-year-old fossil is now the oldest known ancestor of snakes and lizards — and experts are calling it a ‘Rosetta Stone’ ...
Scientists discovered a 240-million-year-old fossil that is thought to be the earliest known ancestor of snakes and lizards. It's much older than any other lizard fossil ever found.