A rare, three-sided Viking arrowhead was discovered by glacial archaeologists in Norway.
Archaeologists have unearthed one of the largest complexes of Neolithic standing stones near the city of Huelva in southwestern Spain, ahead of a plan to grow avocados there.
Scholars may have finally deciphered the vast majority of an ancient writing system known as Linear Elamite. But not everyone agrees with the findings.
While surviving a mass extinction, strange tusked animals called lystrosaurs may have faced repeated drought, "mummy" fossils suggest.
NASA’s Artemis I mission launches soon, sending three mannequins on a 40-day trip around the moon. What will their adventure teach us?
Earth is constantly showered by space rocks, but how many of these actually land on Earth's surface?
A giant mosasaur species called Thalassotitan atrox had teeth like a killer whale and ruled the oceans around Morocco towards the end of the Cretaceous period.
That post-lunch slump is all too familiar, so we asked an expert: Why do I feel sleepy after eating?
Scientists recruited 32 look-alike pairs and discovered that doppelgängers share more than just appearances.
Sediment cores from the LSU Mounds reveal thousands of years of buildup of clay, ash from burning plants and animal remains.
An alligator was recently recorded on video while eating another alligator. But while such behavior might be gruesome, it's not unusual.
Dugongs, or sea cows, which are thought to have inspired tales of mythical mermaids, haven't been seen in Chinese waters since 2000.