Researchers Discover Oldest-Ever Evidence of Animals on Earth
Demosponges, the first multicellular animals on earth, emerged 635 to 660 million years ago after a “Snowball Earth” period when the earth was almost completely frozen.
Millions of Canadian Lakes Could Hold Clues About Ancient Life
Some look like ancient oceans from 2.5 billion years ago.
The Oldest Life on Earth Has Been Discovered in Canada's Arctic
It's an estimated 4 billion years old.
Newly Discovered Prehistoric Shark Species Left Teeth on Three Continents
Megalolamna paradoxodon opens a new window into the age of giant sharks.
This Ancient 'Mass Death' Offers a Glimpse Into Early Tetrapod Life on Land
365 million years ago, this group of teen tetrapods was having a really bad time.
How Cold War Nukes Helped Scientists Find the Longest-Lived Vertebrate
There might be Greenland sharks alive today that were born in Shakespeare's time.
The World’s Oldest Fossils Aren't Actually Fossils
Hydrothermal activity can create one hell of a lifelike structure.