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The dinosaurs' extinction was spurred by an asteroid that struck Earth. By studying the crater, scientists now know what happened after the impact.
Fostoria dhimbangunmal was a plant-eating dinosaur likely around during the mid-Cretaceous period, around one hundred million years ago.
Scientists discovered a 163-million-year old dinosaur in China that had leathery wings like a modern-day bat.
Paleontologists discovered an ancient whale off the coast of Peru that had four legs and could walk on land.
The world's heaviest T. rex to date, nicknamed Scotty, weighed almost 10,000 kilograms.
Giant dinosaurs lived on Earth much earlier than previously thought, says a team of excavators in Argentina who discovered the remains of a 200-million-year old species.
A call for the repatriation of the human remains of our African ancestors from the global north and former colonies, writes Wandile Kasibe.
The Los Angeles subway system is expanding, and so too are the number of prehistoric fossils being recovered as crews dig beneath the city.
A student at a British university has uncovered teeth from rat-like creatures who lived 145 million years ago and have distant links to humans, a scientific journal reports.
Scientists say seven million years ago the sunflower and maize fields in parts of southern Bulgaria were like an African savannah.
Australopiths were human ancestors that lived 4.2 million years ago. A new skull fossil is changing our understanding of these ancient hominins.
Scientists found billion-year-old fossil fungi in the Canadian arctic, the oldest on record. It could reveal clues about how life migrated to land.
Anthropologists may have discovered a new human relative named Homo luzonensis on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. It's the first new hominin species discovery since Homo naledi was discovered in South Africa in 2015.
Scientists have discovered a 518-million-year-old fossilized sea creature that had 18 tentacles. It could be the ancestor of comb jellies.
Our understanding of human history has been thoroughly upended by a number of discoveries over the past few years.
Two new species have been discovered and are considered to be Africa’s earliest known four-legged vertebrates, by a remarkable 70-million years.
The newcomers who arrived in the little farming villages of medieval Germany would have stood out: They had dark hair and tawny skin, spoke a different language and had remarkably tall heads.
A new species of "marsupial lion" extinct in Australia for 19 million years has been discovered at one of the most significant fossil deposits in the world, researchers say.
Not all prehistoric mammals needed to scurry to avoid dinosaurs with whom they shared the planet in the Jurassic age. Some just glided, according to research.
Researchers have long believed that humans split from apes some five million years ago in Africa, but a study suggests it happened in Europe far earlier than that.
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