You wouldn't want to be in this top predator's path.
Paleontologists and local activists took on a mining company at New Zealand's Foulden Maar. So, who won?
A deeper look at crystals pulled from a fossil’s stomach presents an intriguing counterargument.
The 9,000-year-old remains of a woman were found buried with hunting tools in the Andes.
A species of tiny mammals that lived amongst the dinosaurs might have led highly gregarious lives.
Paleontologist Jingmai O’Connor looks back millions of years to find hidden bridges in evolutionary history.
Monster. Myth. Megalodon.
Reconstructions of fossil skulls reveal Tanystropheus was an aquatic ambush predator.
Footprints in South Korea show a distinctive bipedal gait.
From hunting to foraging, the ash-hardened clues give us a rare look at how society operated thousands of year ago.
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