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New fossil analysis suggests the planet's earliest known animals emerged at least 571 million years ago.
The last of the non-avian dinosaurs disappeared from our fragile planet around 65 million years ago. And an asteroid did it, right?
South Africa’s last known colony of coelacanth, fish that have survived for more than 420 million years, could be under threat from oil exploration, conservationists warn.
Dinosaur footprints have been found preserved in rocks on the Scottish mainland for the first time, a leading palaeontologist has said.
Dr. Ian Malcolm predicted all of this.
Paleontologists have discovered fossils of two Pareiasaurs, reptiles who roamed the Earth some 260 million years ago.
A study published in the journal Current Biology described a new mid-Cretaceous (99-million-year-old) boganiid beetle with specia...
The fall is almost here and that means some of the summer blockbusters are coming to Amazon Video. First up is Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
This September, in honor of its 25th anniversary, Steven Spielberg's original ...