Elephants are known for their extraordinary memories, but is it true that they never forget?
In a new study, some juvenile sea spiders were able to regrow amputated body parts, which was previously assumed to be impossible in these marine arthropods.
A never-before-seen species of pterosaur had hundreds of hooked teeth that helped it filter its food in a similar way to living flamingos.
Diver Yosuke Tanaka swam with a giant squid in the Sea of Japan near Toyooka City in Hyogo Prefecture.
Satellite photos showing poop stains in the West Antarctic snow and ice have revealed a previously unknown breeding colony of emperor penguins.
A new study has revealed that red junglefowl, the wild ancestors of chickens, are losing their genetic diversity as they mate with their domesticated counterparts.
The discovery of a tightly packed nesting ground from the Cretaceous period in India suggests that titanosaurs laid eggs and left their offspring behind.
Unlike their portrayal in Jurassic Park, curved-clawed dinos may have used their sharp appendages to pin and grasp, not slash.
It seems that the blueprint for complex brain development remains the same, despite 500 million years of divergent evolution.
A 9-year-old girl from Maryland, who has collected more than 400 fossilized shark teeth, discovered a 5-inch megalodon gnasher on Christmas Day.
A new study has revealed that certain sea stars rival polar bears as the most prolific predators in coastal Arctic ecosystems.
A previously unknown extinct tortoise was revealed in an investigation on these giants' evolutionary history.