They say don’t put your eggs in one basket, but what about putting your eggs in the same bedrock?
In a way, we’re all the descendants of these rats.
An incredible find.
A huge elephant used to roam the Middle East up to 300,000 years ago.
It’s an exciting and intriguing find.
Not bad for such a small thing.
He was probably a gentle giant. Accent on giant.
Charles Darwin called it “abominable mystery.”
We don’t even know if they were plants or animals.
New research restores the ‘traditional’ image of the T-Rex, concluding that the dinosaur was, at least mostly, covered in scales.
It’s the first mineralized mushroom fossil we’ve ever found.
Not your everyday find.
The case for dinosaur warm bloodedness keeps getting stronger.
A new study sheds new light on one of the last living African dinosaurs, from 66 million years ago.
Sir Attenborough really liked the name.
It’s Romeo and Juliet on steroids, with geology.
CT scanning shark fossil reveals their origins.
We might have to recalibrate the tree of life.
They changed surprisingly little.