A 20-story rock face in Alaska known as "The Coliseum" is covered with layers of footprints belonging to a range of dinosaurs, including a tyrannosaur.
Scientists uncover the reason behind the unusual skin of ultra-black eels that lurk in the ocean’s Midnight Zone
The ultra-black skin of the species enables them to hide in the pitch-dark depths of the ocean in order to ambush their prey.
The ancient predator, which scientists have named Venetorapter gassenae, also had a large beak and likely used its claws for climbing trees and picking prey apart.
A recent study found that many of the fossils from Germany's Posidonia shale do not get their gleam from pyrite, commonly known as fool's gold, which was long thought to be the source of the shine. Instead, the golden hue is from a mix of minerals that hints at the conditions in which the fossils formed.
A recent discovery of a fossil from China shows that a group of reptiles had a whale-like filter feeding technique 250 million years ago.
The discovery of a tapir skeleton in Xi'an, China indicates that tapirs may have inhabited China in ancient times, contrary to previous beliefs.
Scientists have found new evidence suggesting the world's largest asteroid impact structure buried in Southeast Australia.
From darker skin to baldness, tech advances unveil Ötzi the Iceman's true physical attributes post-DNA contamination.
The scientific name of the species is 'Promachocrinus fragarius' and according to the study, the name Fragarius is derived from the Latin word "fragum," which means "strawberry."
Archaeologists have unearthed a number of pottery drain pipes at a Neolithic site of Longshan Culture dating back more than 4,000 years and believe they form China's earliest and most complete urban drainage system.