The 23,000-year-old "ghost tracks" were primarily made by children and teenagers who were doing work for elders or just hanging around.
Humans are a “significant, but chronically overlooked, source of natural resources” for Mars missions, according to a new study.
Researchers found the mammoth walked a distance equal to nearly twice the circumference of Earth using isotopes of strontium and oxygen.
Artist David A. Roberts created this mesmerizing video of the past and future of an Earth simulacrum.
The rare bone dates back at least 51,000 years, hinting that Neanderthals developed symbolic behavior before contact with our own human ancestors.
The last descendants of a once widespread species survive as a remote population in Shark Bay, Western Australia, a new study reveals.
A skull from Harbin City, China, dates back at least 146,000 years and is “one of the most complete archaic human fossils” ever found.
Boat noises reduce the communication range of male toadfish by 75 percent, which affects their ability to attract mates.
Damages from Hurricane Sandy in the New York tri-state area were about 13 percent higher as a result of human-linked sea level rise.
A new study induced hallucination-like perceptions in humans and mice to better conditions such as schizophrenia.
Scientists collect so much ancient poop that they designed an AI to tell ancient dog and human feces apart based on preserved DNA.
In honour of the late but great frog in the pepper, here are some other extraordinary animals killed by bureaucrats or just plain old human ineptitude.