You wouldn't want to be in this top predator's path.
These wee winged creatures flew more like chickens than eagles.
Reconstructions of fossil skulls reveal Tanystropheus was an aquatic ambush predator.
The earliest dinosaurs and pterosaurs were probably also bitsy.
Footprints in South Korea show a distinctive bipedal gait.
The ancient animals have been thought to be exclusively land-lovers, until now.
Fossil fuels are, first and foremost, fossils.
An evolved Homo erectus still lived in Indonesia around 100,000 years ago.
A prehistoric beetle got caught in a sticky situation. Millions of years later, it’s helping scientists understand the first flowers.
It was a foot long back when most animals were smaller than your pinky.
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