It hardly left a trace.
We don't know why, but chemicals in bones tell us that a lot of people came from all over to kill each other.
It's not weird or creepy to make Felix into something beautiful.
Mammoth ivory, like modern elephant ivory, is durable and doesn't splinter easily, and so makes a good spear for hunting.
Don't worry, they grow back in the summer.
British people really like bird feeders.
Despite the odds, scientists have found one of the world's oldest preen glands in a 48-million-year-old bird fossil.
Roundworms can protect themselves in the same way human neurons can.
They are using different approaches to the de-extinction issue—and only one can be first.
It is not the first time that these animals and their relatives have turned up on beaches.
Genetic research is plunging into the many mysteries of these odd creatures
The secret is in their ability to withstand heat.
We can minimize the damage through science, says one expert.
eBay has hundreds of listings for taxidermy bats, and Etsy has nearly a thousand.
The FBI and certain animal rights groups are at war.
DNA evidence confirms it: The "tree lobster" that was declared extinct a century ago is actually holding on.
Scientists harness the power of lysozyme, a protein found in tears and egg whites, to make energy.