The world’s largest dinosaur footprint has been uncovered in the Mongolian desert. Nearly the size of a full grown man, the footprint is said to belong to the Titanosaur, which lived on earth approximately 70 to 90 million years ago.
From July 11 to 15, Mongolia's Nadaam celebrates the sports of wrestling, archery and horse racing, These "three games of men" come from an 800-year-old warrior tradition set by Genghis Khan, who used the games to train his fighters.
A genetic analysis of modern and ancient Yakutian horses revealed the cold-weather animals rapidly evolved to survive extreme temperatures of eastern Siberia.
A detailed genetic analysis suggests that Central Asia was home to the world’s first domesticated dog.
Multiple baby duck-billed dinosaurs, identified as Saurolophus angustirostris, were recently excavated from “Dragon's Tomb" in Mongolia.
Wild and domesticated horses began evolving differently from one another some 45,000 years ago, but a recent study has revealed their genetics ties and is providing a greater understanding of both past and present populations.
Previous research has suggested cattle are the next invasive species, being introduced to regions where cows were not previously found. While this has yet to be confirmed, their presence is currently an issue in Mongolia, where these grass-eaters are now overgrazing and destroying vital rangelands, a new study says.