Famous 'jellyfish' fossil from 300 million years ago was upside-down the whole time. It's actually another animal entirely.
Fossils of a 70 million-year-old platypus relative called Patagorhynchus pascuali found in South America show that egg-laying mammals evolved on more than one continent.
Fossils from New Zealand reveal the existence of a giant petrel with a wicked sharp beak that lived 3 million years ago.
Researchers in South Africa have unearthed 360 million-year-old fossils belonging to a newly described voracious fish species that preyed on our ancestors.
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.
Not all the best fossils belong to dinosaurs. Here are some of our favorite non-dino fossil stories dug up in 2022.
Thanks to soft-tissue preservation, we now know what Tuzoia, a Cambrian arthropod first discovered 100 years ago, actually looked like.
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