Glacial archaeologists have found a well preserved arrow from the Iron Age that hunters used to shoot reindeer.
An ancient trilobite fossil revealed that it had teensy claspers, which males likely used to "hug" females while mating.
Archaeologists are studying a buried, fourth-century pot of Roman coins that an amateur treasure hunter found with a metal detector.
Archaeologists in Egypt have found traces of an ancient temple where people worshiped the god Zeus-Kasios.
Archaeologists in Wales have discovered a site with the remains of buildings and burials dating back to the Stone Age.
Archaeologists in Guatemala have uncovered ancient mural fragments that are the oldest evidence of the Maya calendar on record.
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An animal autopsy of the deceased Greenland shark that washed ashore in England revealed that it had meningitis.
The 2024 Great North American Total Solar Eclipse's 'totality' will pass over 31.5 million people in 15 states in 2024.
A keyhole-shaped lesion found in the frill of Big John, the largest Triceratops skeleton ever found, may have been made by a rival Triceratops.
A rare coin featuring Charlemagne was rediscovered in a private collection and sold, via eBay, to a museum.
Researchers got video footage of a bright red strawberry squid in the ocean's twilight zone off the coast of California.
Alopecia may affect just the scalp — commonly referred to as balding — or it may result in hair loss across the entire body.
After disappearing from view following a 2020 auction, Stan, the most expensive dinosaur ever auctioned, is now reported to be in Abu Dhabi awaiting a museum grand opening.
An analysis of rocks exposed to the dinosaur-killing asteroid event reveals that the impact released more sulfur, which led to more global cooling than previously realized.
Archaeologists at Notre Dame Cathedral have discovered a leaden coffin and other burials that are hundreds of years old.
A full-body reconstruction of a Neolithic woman who lived 4,000 years ago is now on display at a museum in Sweden.
Archaeologists in Norway have found a handful of weapons and hunting blinds used by people more than 1,000 years ago.