The future is unpredictable—just ask the Neanderthals.
Think less Winterfell, more massive red fox.
The fuzzy blonde Pleistocene animals couldn't stand the heat.
Huskies and malamutes have ancient cousins dating back to the Pleistocene, new research shows.
Dust from falling meteorites likely cooled the Earth's climate, leading to a boost in life in the oceans.
The now-extinct giant beaver once lived from Florida to Alaska.
Maybe that's why none exist today.
And that could mean trouble.
It's almost easy to find mastodon bones in the United States
Giant sloths and saber-toothed tigers, oh my
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