DNA recovered from two mammoths that lived more than a million years ago reveal new insights about the evolution of these extinct animals.
Yuka the woolly mammoth died a long time ago, but scientists gave her cells a short second life in mouse egg cells.
Whether she’s reconstructing the Pleistocene world or advocating for a more inclusive science community, Jacquelyn Gill is all about interdisciplinary approaches.
Archaeologists found a 14,500-year-old underwater site that rewrites history.
Ubisoft's first-person series arguably peaked with 2008's 'Far Cry 2,' and a dip into prehistory can't shake up its tiring formula.
The University of Kentucky's Andrew and Brenna Byrd are responsible for the Wenja and Izila you hear in Ubisoft's new game.
“Compared to other animals we have a disproportionately heavy hand, and a huge impact.”
It's my favorite series from you guys, and if you dare turn it into another 'Assassin's Creed,' well, I know where you work.
The animal may have been killed, butchered, and stored by humans some 11,000 to 15,000 years ago.
Overhunting by humans has long been blamed for killing off the megafauna, but new research shows it might have been climate change, providing a sober history lesson about the impacts of a warming world.
South Korean scientists hope to resurrect the prehistoric woolly mammoth using cloning technology and the flesh of perfectly preserved specimen once buried in Northern Siberia.