According to evidences found, at least 21 human species existed in the history, but mysteriously only one of them is alive right now.
With a wingspan stretching up to a staggering 40 feet, Quetzalcoatlus holds the title for being the largest known flying animal to have ever graced our planet. Although it shared the same era with the mighty dinosaurs, Quetzalcoatlus was not a dinosaur itself.
The human history timeline is a chronological summary of the major events and developments in human civilization. It begins with the emergence of early humans and continues through various civilizations, societies, and key milestones such as the invention of writing, the rise and fall of empires, scientific advancements, and significant cultural and political movements.
The history of Earth is a fascinating tale of constant change and evolution. Over billions of years, the planet has undergone dramatic transformations, shaped by geological forces and the emergence of life. To understand this history, scientists have developed a framework known as the geological time scale.
The newly discovered species, Prosaurosphargis yingzishanensis, grew to around 5 feet long and was covered in bony scales called osteoderms.
Octopuses have long captivated our imagination with their mysterious nature, remarkable intelligence, and otherworldly abilities. But what if there is more to these enigmatic creatures than meets the eye?
These five mass extinctions, also known as "the Big Five," have shaped the course of evolution and dramatically altered the diversity of life on Earth. But what reasons lie behind these catastrophic events?
A new fossil ape from Turkey challenges existing theories about human origins and suggests that the ancestors of African apes and humans evolved in Europe.
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.
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.