Published July 31, 2010
A tiny reptile scampering along an Outback-like environment snagging insects some 318 million years ago left behind footprints that are now the oldest evidence of reptiles to date.
Published June 28, 2010
Asia took the brunt of natural disasters in 2009, experiencing more than 40 percent of Mother Nature's havoc, with the Americas coming in second, according to a new report.
Published May 28, 2010
A tubby dinosaur sporting horns each the length of a baseball bat roamed what is now Mexico some 72 million years ago.
Published May 13, 2010
As the recall of tainted romaine lettuce expands, many plates could be devoid of the crisp veggie in an effort to stay healthy.
Published May 05, 2010
A relative of some of the largest dinosaurs to ever plod the Earth never grew to be more than horse-size, confirming the beast was indeed a dwarf dinosaur.
Published April 20, 2010
A dog-sized dinosaur may have roamed what is now Big Bend, Texas, some 70 million to 80 million years ago, ramming other paleo-beasts with a bony lump on its head.
Published March 31, 2010
Relatives of today's snakes were around 150 million years ago, when when the supercontinent called Gondwana was just breaking up.
Published March 23, 2010
A plant-eating dinosaur might have been swallowed up by a collapsing sand dune some 185 million years ago in what are now Utah's red rocks.
Published March 19, 2010
A claw sticking out of a cliff face in Mongolia, China, turned out to be the tip of the dinosaur -- the skeleton of a 6-foot-long agile predator that preyed on its own kind.
Published February 25, 2010
News of a trainer being killed by a killer whale at SeaWorld Orlando today doesn't change the fact that these giants, while deadly predators, do not kill humans at sea.