Ye Olde Bread
The Oldest Bread Ever Found Dates Back 14,400 Years and Predates Agriculture
The discovery suggests that Natufian hunter-gatherers baked bread from wild grains long before it was cultivated from crops.
Prehistoric Women Were Probably Very Ripped
A new study of prehistoric bones reveals how much manual labor they did.
This Extinct Wolf-Sized Otter Demolished Prey With Its Forceful Bite
This 110-pound otter that lived 6 million years ago had a powerful bite, and was likely a top predator.
This Paleolithic Dick Gave Us Genital Herpes
Nuts to you, Nutcracker Man.
Meat and Greet
Inside the World of the 'Bitcoin Carnivores'
Why a small community of Bitcoin users is eating meat exclusively.
Triassic Bowel Movements
This Beautiful Ancient Poop Contains Triassic Fish Bones and Beetles Wings
The land before potty time.
The Land Before Time
Feast Your Eyes on These Artistic Visions of Earth's Prehistoric Past
Upside-down unicorns are involved.
This Ice Cream Cone Shaped Creature Finally Has a Home on the Tree of Life
20-year-old Toronto undergrad Joe Moysiuk helped solve a paleontological mystery.
This 'Pickled' Dinosaur Brain Was Miraculously Preserved for 133 Million Years
“We are simply amazed that we have any structures present given how delicate these things are.”
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Turns Out a Meteor Just Finished Off the Dinosaurs. They Were Already Fucked
If you were a dinosaur in the late Cretaceous period, the last thing you needed was a meteor.
The Badass Beaver-Like Mammal That Outlived the Dinosaurs
Kimbetopsalis simmonsae isn’t bothered by cataclysmic asteroid impacts.
An Ancient Virus Was Just Thawed and Used to Infect a Plant
Climate change could thaw out long dead viruses, and new research suggests that they might still be virulent.