A certain sea snake isn't as extinct as researchers once thought. They've found two critically endangered species of sea snakes off of the coast of Western Australia.
Adding fossils into the picture can widen our understanding of evolution and how it influenced various species for millions of years and even living species.
A 14,000-year-old thigh bone that was found in China is shedding new light on an ancient species of humans that became extinct at the end of the last Ice Age.
An shrimp-like creature known as 'Waptia' from 508 million years ago was identified by researchers, who found eggs containing preserved embryos in the creature's body.
Researchers have identified a new species of 'sail-backed' dinosaurs called 'Morelladon beltrani' that roamed the landmasses of Iberian 125 million years ago.
A team of international researchers have discovered the fossils of ancient microscopic worms, also known as 'mud dragons' from over 530 million years ago during the Cambrian period.
Researchers have identified a ceratopsian dinosaur from 160 million years ago that has an "ornamental" head.
Researchers have discovered the fossil of an early mammalian carnivore known as 'hyaenodontids' a species which dates back to about 50 million years ago. The fossil was found in the Bighorn Basin in Wyoming.
Researchers in Australia have identify one of the country's newest dinosaurs, Kunbarrasaurus, which has a parrot-like beak, bones beneath its skin and it has an inner ear almost identical to a turtle.
Researchers have identified a strange extinct three-horned giraffe-like fossil, which was found in Spain. The animal is a distant giraffe relative that roamed Eurasia between 11 to 16 million years ago.
Researchers have identified a 30-million-year-old baleen whale fossil that once lived in the North Pacific Ocean. The whale fossil is shedding light on the evolution of baleen whales.