The fossils suggest that modern humans evolved throughout the African continent, not only in the East.
A multi-cellulosed algae has been found in India and research results say that it dates back from 1.6 billio years ago.
New clues in our evolutionary ancestry could be given by the discovery of an ancient "hobbit" species.
Unique scars on the mammoth give us some idea of the evolution of humankind.
It is possible that the dinosaurs too wooed their sweethearts by doing a bird-like dance. Paleontologists may have evidence of the moves made by dinosaurs
Examining fossils, scientists concluded that size, restriction of the food habitat and climate change led to the extinction of the largest ape species.
The ancient fossil shells give an insight into the evolution of the Andes Mountains.
Scientists have stumbled upon fossils that take us back to 530 millions years ago.
Our ancestors used their weapons not only for hunting but also to defend themselves against saber-toothed tigers.
Finding fossils of a Baleen whale species with teeth helps scientists to understand more about their evolution.
Researchers have dated back evidence that shows a 400-million-year-old Tropical Forest in the Arctic region.
Australian National University just recently unearthed the largest rat fossils ever. Compared to a mini sized daschund, these rats lived along with humans thousands of years ago in East Timor
German researchers have found through ancient animal fossils that human limb regeneration can be undertaken.
Fossilized feathers shows there are similarities between dinosaurs and ostriches
In a rare scene that has not been witnessed before, the remains of a plant eating dinosaur, baby Pentaceratops, complete with large horns and skeletal remnants has been discovered
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