The Stone Age timeline encompasses a huge chunk of prehistory—and life wasn’t only about hunting and gathering.
Sauropod dinosaurs are known for their impressive size—and Australia’s newly discovered species doesn’t disappoint.
Utahraptor State Park owes its name to a massive, velociraptor-like dinosaur whose fossils were first found in the area.
The phrases ‘survival of the fittest’ and ‘natural selection’ really only scratch the surface of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
The rear end of a 'Psittacosaurus' fossil was so well-preserved that scientists were able to reconstruct it. It even had a little poop in it.