The fierce creature was first described in 1912 by Charles Doolittle Walcott.
"The secular science community has no viable answers to explain remarkable finds like these."
This stunning discovery pushes the limits of our understanding about how and when life started.
The evidence makes life elsewhere look likelier than ever.
Behold these marvels of the sea.
Russian authorities found 24 teeth from a prehistoric sea predator that may have been related to the largest ever shark, in the baggage of a man set for China.
The discovery reverses assumptions about one of the most famous dinosaur fossils ever found.
The prokaryotic fossils represent the planet's oldest-known form of life.
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Several extinct members of the giraffe family found in Madrid are shockingly weird-looking.
Scientists worked from three fossils to reconstruct the dinosaur's camouflage.
"The tree simultaneously ripped its skeleton apart and collapsed under its own weight."
Despite the odds, scientists have found one of the world's oldest preen glands in a 48-million-year-old bird fossil.
They are using different approaches to the de-extinction issue—and only one can be first.
This colossal marsupial roamed vast expanses of Queensland, according to analysis of a tooth.
New research contradicts previous assumptions about why this marsupial was wiped out.
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.
How two hominins with Homo sapiens features ended up on other sides of Africa at a relatively similar time points to an immensely complex evolutionary history.