Exploring Prehistoric Life
From about 245 to 66 million years ago, dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Although well-preserved skeletons give us a good idea of what they looked like, the way their limbs worked remains a bigger mystery.
School districts all over the country are going all out to get students interested in the sciences, and it turns out that Oklahoma has one of the best opportunities in the entire nation.
Scientists generally agree that dinosaurs died off as a result of a giant meteor hitting the Earth 66 million years ago, but a recent study now claims the end for the prehistoric creatures may have been no different than their oft-debated beginning....
The ancestors of today’s squamates were lost in time. Now paleontologists have identified the earliest known example: Meet...
The appearance of the ancestors of modern kangaroos associated with global climate change and the spread of grassland three million years ago.
The oldest skeleton remains known to fossil chronicle of the Earth belonged to the microorganisms that lived 700-650 million years ago. International research team proved that a larger organisms of the same period, such as Palaeopascichnus linearis...
Millions of years ago, Taylor County was a far different place, one recorded in its fossil record.
After decades of conflicting evidence and numerous publications, a team of researchers at the Zoological Society of London’s Institute of Zoology has finally put the ‘world’s largest bird’ debate to rest.
Science is getting closer to bringing back species we thought were gone forever.
Chinese paleontologists reported a newly identified, extincted bird species from a 127 million-year-old fossil deposit in northeastern China.