A well-preserved dinosaur species called a nodosaur was discovered in Canada. The fossilized features were astounding including the scales of its armor.
A newly discovered fossil exhibits traits from both Neanderthals and Homo erectus.
It was previously thought that this group of living vertebrates only gives birth through eggs, until the recent discovery of the fossil.
Meet the ancient precursor to human life.
A series of footprints left behind by one of our pre-human ancestors have been found in Tanzania. The footprints suggested that our ancestors were tall and that we could have grown much taller than previously thought.
To their surprise, the tail still has feathers on it, including bones and soft tissues.
A team of researchers from the University of Washington has found a benign tumor in the jaw of a 255-million-year-old mammalian beast called gorgonopsian or gorgon, making it the oldest tumor and cancer case ever discovered.
A group of researchers have identified the remains of a strange animal that once roamed North America about 40 millions years ago. Neither a dog nor a bear, "beardogs" belong to a strange extinct species that were considered as ferocious predators in their ecosystem.
Fossils of 'sea dragons' are now housed in several musuems. Two of these fossils are "new" to Science, according to the paleontologists.
Astronomers discover two distinct types of star in the stellay cluster Terzan 5 that have an age-gap about 7 billion years.
The fossilized remains of 170 million year old ichthyosaur has finally been made available for display after being stored for more than 50 years.
Scientists have now discovered the real reason behind Lucy's death, which took place about three million years ago. The study suggest that human's famous cousin died after falling from a tree.
It is not just how many, but what kind of animals are in Ötzi the Iceman's wild wardrobe.
The relic is the first ever documented proof of tumorous facial swelling in fossils.