Scientists were able to describe the cloaca, which included a fossilized piece of dinosaur poo, in detail for the first time.
A Cretaceous crustacean preserved in amber reveals new insights about “giant sperm.”
An ancient sediment core revealed a shocking discovery: pollen and spores, indicating a long-lost rainforest that was shrouded in perpetual darkness for months at a time.
A company looking for precious ammonites found the fossils of a huge mosasaur instead.
"We have an idea of what a typical crab looks like—and these new fossils break all those rules."
It’s the oldest mushroom in the world.
This dinosaur’s bad luck turned out to be a boon for paleontologists.
If you’re tiny, outnumbered, and have significantly smaller teeth, why compete when you can cleverly adapt instead?
Either way, we're going to need a bigger museum.
Nunqusaurus rex's small stature might be useful in figuring out more about the relationship between climate change and body size.