Crocodiles and their ancestors have been roaming the Earth for 200 million years, rubbing shoulders (do crocodiles even have shoulders?)
International research team, led by University College London, claims to have discovered oldest fossils ever found on earth, dating some 3.77 billion years
Scientists have found tiny fossils that are thinner than a human hair and are an astounding 3.7 billion years old, making them the oldest known fossils on Earth.
The fossil of the giant worm with “terrifying” jaws was found in a museum.
A giant flying reptile may have been the largest and most feared predator in ancient Transylvania.
The "birth plan" of an ancient Nessie look-alike didn't involve laying a giant egg, but rather delivering a live baby sea monster, a new study finds.
Mexico's Desert Museum has unveiled a replica of a new dinosaur species, Yehuecauhceretops.
Fossil unearthed on California's Santa Rosa Island, may be bridge between the large Columbian mammoth and the smaller pygmy mammoth
About 500 million years ago, a squishy, thumb-size sea creature did a little dance — waving its upper limbs around in the ocean in a never-ending attempt to ensnarl some tasty mors...
Our very primitive beginnings look to have been very primitive indeed.