DNA from Spanish bones beats old record by almost 300,000 years
(NEW YORK) — Scientists have discovered a killer dinosaur that roamed in what is now Utah some 100 million years ago. Experts say the discovery provides insight into the top predators in North America before T. rex showed up.
The two-legged beast was estimated to stretch more than 30 feet long and weigh more than 3 tons. It helps …
New research aims to lay decades of speculation to rest
A long-forgotten historical text, a mysterious skeleton and a round of fortuitous DNA testing led scientists to a most remarkable discovery: The remains of Richard III. Scan the bones below, and follow the trail of evidence
As paleontologists look more closely at the skeleton of Homo floresiensis, the species’ origin gets ever more mysterious