Fossilized animal poop provides a key to unlocking the mysteries surrounding the lives of extinct and elusive animals.
Following the Permian mass extinction, the surviving species rapidly diversified.
Bigfoot is the stuff of make-believe, but Giganto was real, and was more menacing than the mythic monster.
Scientists link mysterious ice-cream cone shaped fossils to Hallucigenia, a spiny, soft-bodied creature from 500 million years ago.
Jellyfish turn up in the unlikeliest of places...a Wisconsin sandstone quarry.
Long before animals roamed the earth, Prototaxites existed—a twenty-foot organism that some scientists classify as a giant fungus.
Did climate change wipe out the wooly mammoth? The fossil record may tell a different story of the mammoth's demise.
It's tricky business, but there's a lot you can figure out from a human skeleton if you know what you're doing.
How far back does the fossil record really go anyway? It might not be as far as you think.
We're related... to something that looks like an eel!