A frozen mammoth carcass excavated from the Siberian Arctic had several spear-related injuries, which suggests humans arrived in the area 10,000 years earlier than previously thought.
What does "wilderness" mean? Is there a reason, in all cases, to try to bring back or shore up threatened species? To what are we bringing them back? Author M.R. O'Connor asked these and other questions while looking at the humans and animals involved in pretty significant conservation stories, including that of the Northern Right Whale, a yellow toad whose habitat is under a Tanzanian waterfall, and the White Rhino.
A newly published study that looked at large-mammal Ice Age fossils found in Alaska over 20 years has conclusions about how we can help current-day Arctic large mammals.
New statistical analysis has provided a very precise record of climate change in the Pleistocene, including its effect on mammoths, say researchers.
Our writer James Sullivan talks about how a wooly mammoth could potentially roam Siberia, and the ethics of such cases.