A 6-year-old boy found a rare megalodon tooth on a beach in England, where such teeth are seldom found.
An ancient trilobite fossil revealed that it had teensy claspers, which males likely used to "hug" females while mating.
An extinct arthropod with stilt-like limbs that lived during the Ordovician period was recently described from an exceptional fossil found in Canada.
A newly discovered species of freshwater shrimp called Koonwarrella peterorum may have reproduced asexually via parthenogenesis.
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 Triceratops skeleton nicknamed "Horridus" is over 85% intact and is one of the most complete Triceratops fossils in the world.
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