Birdlike dinosaur "was not a picky eater," as evidenced by a rodent's foot found in its fossilized remains.
A team of international researchers has revealed a facial approximation of what Saint Anthony of Padua may have looked like.
An analysis into finger-painted skulls found in Peru, some from individuals who died up to a millennium ago, reveals that people painted their ancestors' skeletal remains.
Glassfrogs can render themselves nearly invisible while they sleep with a unique trick; they pack nearly 90% of their red blood into one of their organs.
Archaeologists in Israel have discovered new artifacts and carvings from the Cave of Salome, a place of pilgrimage for early Christians who thought that it was the burial place for Salome, the supposed midwife of Jesus.
The infamous barbarian's most devastating incursions took place in years with extremely dry summers.
A metallic alloy of chromium, cobalt, and nickel is over 100 times tougher than graphene and gets even more resistant to damage at extremely low temperatures.
Scientists pinpointed several "made-from-scratch" genes that humans developed after splitting off from chimps.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered about 20 ancient burials, some of which contain gold idols fashioned to look like the deities Isis, Bastet and Horus.
A female zebra shark conceived her pups through 'virgin birth,' despite sharing a tank with two males.
Archaeologists in Peru have discovered more than 100 "smaller and fainter" Nazca Lines, some of which were made by piling stones on top of each other.