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Apr 23, 2019
Liquid blood, urine from 42,000-year-old extinct horse extracted by scientistsThe body of the extinct horse species was found in perfect condition & scientists are hoping to clone it.
Apr 02, 2019
Earth's collapsing systems led to dinosaurs dying out – we're headed the same wayHumans are prove to be ultimate generalists owing more to technology than evolution.
Jan 22, 2019
Fossils show massive T-Rex, small ancient carpet shark as neighbors eons agoWe found microscopic shark teeth right beside bones of the largest predators of all time: Researcher.
Dec 27, 2018
Five reasons why 2018 was a big, big year for fossils, evolution and palaeontologyAmong them are major fossil finds, a reptile ancestor & a controversy that could rewrite man's history.
Nov 04, 2018
New Sauropod species discovered in Argentina that lived 110 mn years agoSauropod species were the biggest creatures ever to walk the planet, reaching up to 33 to 34 meters.
Oct 19, 2018
Piranha-like fossil tells a toothy story of fish preying on fish in Jurassic timesThe fossil shows the evolution of bony fish back then — a completely new way of life: Researcher.
Oct 17, 2018
Egyptians may have practised fish-farming as early as 3,500 years ago: StudyMajority of fish found by researchers in the study came from aquaculture, not local fishing.
Sep 27, 2018
'Biggest bird' dispute finally put to nest in a new study after decades of debateThe 'elephant bird' belonged to the same family of flightless birds as the kiwi, emu & ostrich today.
Sep 21, 2018
Fat molecules reveal earliest-known animal in records from 558 million-year-oldThe fossil proves that animals abundant millions of years earlier than previously thought: Study.
May 09, 2017
Fossils suggest hominids may have lived alongside modern humans: New researchPrimitive hominids may have lived in Africa at the same time as humans, researchers said Tuesday, in new findings that could change the understanding of human evolution.