The ancient structure, a complete circle of bones from more than 60 mammoths, could have been used in rituals and for shelter.
Some things to consider: Carbs are good, and also, your skeleton needs them.
Further proof that nothing is more metal than ancient history.
Hundreds of people mysteriously died over a millennium at "Skeleton Lake" in the Himalayas according to a new study, making the creepy location even more mysterious.
There are lots of ways to make bone broth, but none of them should start with robbing a grave.
Apparently, she's far from the first person to accidentally swallow an entire spoon.
The guy had an extensive collection of cultural artifacts from around the world. He also had... a bunch of human bones?
Human anatomy still contains many mysteries.
People are racking up thousands of followers with picturesque images of skulls, shrunken heads, and babies in jars.
New Zealand artist Bruce Mahalski celebrates life while warning of mankind's looming extinction.