The news of a Pennsylvania man buying human brains and skin on Facebook has brought the centuries-old practice human body part collection into the spotlight.
A new species of dinosaur, Bisticeratops froeseorum, has been confirmed after the in-depth study of a skull found in 1975.
The bones and skulls of 15 dead elk were discovered by Idaho Fish and Game at the base of a mountain.
"I'm just looking out my window and I swear to God, those rocks look like skulls," the tenant said.
The school district has since instructed its principals to inspect their campuses for any similar findings.
The man spotted the skull at the bottom of a river, and decided to go investigate.
The grisly discovery was made in a grassy area along a road, about 25 miles southeast of Atlanta, Georgia.
The 26-year-old Quebec, Canada, resident was allegedly caught last week in possession of several crocodile skulls, heads and feet, as well as a three-toed sloth, while trying to cross the U.S. border into Canada.
A passerby discovered the remains in the sand on Little Beach on Horseneck Road in Dartmouth.
It stacks its old molted heads on top of one another, sometimes up to seven skulls high.
The body part was displayed with sunglasses in Tennessee for a year before being discovered.
People explored Cannibal Corpse's discography and found that perhaps they shouldn't have been surprised, given their often violent song titles.
Forensic analysis of skeletons found in ash deposit reveal what happened to people in path of volcano.
The practice may have played a role in facing the Incas.
Gorm the Old gave the country of Denmark its name and now researchers can hold his skull in their hands.
If you donate your body to science, where does it really end up?