Paleontologists found the first clear evidence of cannibalism in Allosaurus, indicating that either dinosaurs as a whole were more into cannibalism than we thought, or these carnivores went through a dark and harsh period.
It's the first modern amphibian ever found on the continent and sheds light on the temperate forest ecosystem that once existed on Antarctica.
Scientists collect so much ancient poop that they designed an AI to tell ancient dog and human feces apart based on preserved DNA.
The fossilized roots, which date 386 million years, shed light on Earth’s first forests and the enormous effect they had on global climate and ecology.
Scientists have found the “earliest known evidence” of feather-feeding parasitic insects in amber from Myanmar.
The crane fly fossils upend theories about the structure of the most common visual organ in the animal kingdom.
Parvimico materdei lived about 18 million years ago in what is now the Peruvian Amazon.
Pachystruthio dmanisensis was three times the size of modern ostriches.
Scientists identified fossilized teeth as belonging to hyenas, providing evidence of their lives in the arctic during the last ice age.
Permafrost thaw is causing a surge of incredible paleontological discoveries. It’s also one of the most dangerous byproducts of the climate crisis.
The newly identified fungus is about 600 million years older than any other fungi in the fossil record.
The owners of the property want to keep their identities and location hidden for fear of fossil hunters.