Archaeologists in China have discovered a rare 2,500-year-old piece of military equipment; an intricately-fashioned leather-scale armor that resembles the scales of a fish.
The discovery of four shark fossils with bite marks shows that ancient sharks attacked or scavenged each other.
The discovery of a semitrailer-size ichthyosaur from the early Triassic shows that these reptiles got big really fast, evolutionarily speaking.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a massive "garbage dump" at the Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor that is brimming with ancient offerings to a fertility goddess.
A dinosaur egg laid 70 million years ago reveals that embryos got "into position" before hatching, just like modern bird do.
During the last ice age, five mammoths — a baby, two juveniles and two adults — died at a "graveyard" in what is now the United Kingdom.
Three gold tongues, belonging to a man, woman and child who lived in Egypt about 2,500 years ago, were found in two tombs.
A chemical analysis of a medieval man's remains from the Scottish Highlands reveals he wasn't a local.
Paleontologists in Chile have found the remains of an ankylosaur that represents a new dinosaur lineage.
A scientific illustrator has made a facial reconstruction of a powerful woman who lived during the Bronze Age in what is now Spain.
A new study claims that a fossil previously believed to be the first known four-legged snake is actually more lizard-like than serpentine.
A new analysis of two Triassic skulls found in Greenland reveals a new species of long-necked dinosaur.
"Gorgons" that lived during the Permian period bit each other on the face, the discovery of a bite mark on a skull reveals.