Do birds have teeth? Not anymore, but they once did, when they were more similar to dinosaurs.
Dragonflies, carnivorous insects with amazing hunting abilities, will hunt their prey in swarms.
Scientists are connecting the dots in the evolutionary journey from sea to soil.
Fossil teeth are the most durable remnants that anthropologists work with, and some of these ancient teeth display a curious set of grooves.
Did you know that three hundred million years ago the earth was swarming with giant insects? How did insects get so small today?
Until recently, scientists believed that domestic dogs originated in the Middle East. But reports suggest that almost all domestic dogs began in East Asia as the offspring of three lineages. Virtually all domesticated dogs in the United States descend from dogs brought over by ancient people that crossed the Bering land bridge from Asia to North America.
Early stone tools, like knives and scrapers, are easy for anthropologists to learn about because these items are still around. Even after two million years, a chipped stone tool is still going to be there when you dig it up.