In recently published findings, scientists show how one of the largest mass extinctions in Earth's history unfolded
International research team gains new insights into the evolution of fossil beetles
An international team has now detected DNA from ambrosia beetles that were trapped in recent tree resin for less than seven years
Researchers analyze permafrost samples from four sites in the Yukon, each representing different points in the Pleistocene-Halocene transition
Findings help dispel the view that Australia's first peoples were 'only hunter gatherers'
Originally discovered in Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta in 1989, the badly malformed end of the fossil was originally thought to represent a healing fracture
An international team reveals discoveries about an unusual time called the 'Carnian Pluvial Episode'
Researchers first thought the similar-shaped fossilized footprints were from another ancient animal known as the pterosaur
Big theropod dinosaurs such as Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus ate pretty much everything—including each other, according to new research
Dinosaur 'Easter eggs' reveal their secrets in 3D thanks to X-rays and high-powered computers