Researchers in China claim to have found the remains of DNA in the fossil of a 125 million-year-old dinosaur, preserved in the cartilage of a turkey-sized reptile called Caudipteryx. Following up on the 2020 discovery of what might be preserved DNA in the skull of an infant Hypacrosaurus, the research team turnedread more

Archeologists studying a site in the lower Jordan Valley have discovered that a major Bronze Age city shows evidence of having been destroyed by a Tunguska-like asteroid impact 3,600 years ago, an impact that may have devastated the entire region at that time. There is also the contention amongst someread more

The discovery of a large cache of bone tools dated to 400,000 years ago may change how paleontologists view the evolution of tool use amongst early humans. Discovered at a site called Castel di Guido near Rome, Italy, the collection consists of 98 tools made from the bones of theread more