Researchers are studying the porosity of archosaurs' eggshells, which is revealing new evidence on the types of nests that the archosaurs built.
Yakutian horses have adapted to staggering cold temperatures of -70 degrees in eastern Siberia. Now, researchers are taking a closer look as to how this occurred.
Being male or female can make a huge difference. Now, scientists have discovered the two ancient genetic components of sex determination in ants.
How did snakes lose their legs? A new fossil may be helping researchers solve the evolutionary puzzle of how snakes lost their limbs.
Scientists have found that periods of high extinction on Earth have been the drivers of the diversification of amniotes, which include today's land vertebrates, such as reptiles, birds, and mammals.
Researchers have sequenced the genomes of two species of small water creatures called acorn worms, and have found that humans may have more in common with them than first thought.
Astronomers may have spotted a baby planet being born around a young star. The new findings may reveal a bit more about planet formation outside of our own galaxy.
Researchers have discovered a 170-million-year-old mouse-sized fossil from the Middle Jurassic, which is revealing new information about the evolution of molar teeth in modern mammals.
Paleontologists have uncovered a new species of duck-billed dinosaur with a surprising crest.
There may be an arms race occurring among venomous animals. Scientists have made new discoveries about how animal venom evolves, and have found that there's a "two-speed" evolution of animal venom.
Scientists have found that about 550 million years ago, tiny marine creatures had complex skeletons, which suggests that the earliest complex animals lived millions of years earlier than previously known.