Despite the odds, scientists have found one of the world’s oldest preen glands in a 48-million-year-old bird fossil.
This colossal marsupial roamed vast expanses of Queensland, according to analysis of a tooth.
Scientists have a new theory about the reptile Eusaurosphargis dalsassoi.
The ancient hatchling will shed light on the evolution of the toothed birds that lived alongside the dinosaurs.
Among the finds was an incredibly rare 70-million-year-old dinosaur skull.
A fossil study shows Gastornis roamed around Ellesmere Island, Canada, when it was far warmer than today.
This huge animal likely fed on the soft-bodies of other invertebrates.
It’s kind of like a turducken but with gigantic, ancient sea creatures.