This pristine ‘archaeological treasure’ near Verona may date to 3rd century AD, say experts.
The enormous megafauna roamed Australia until about 40,000 and years ago, according to paleontologists at the Queensland Museum.
The 40,000-year-old tree is the first ever found to have a record of Earth's magnetic field reversal.
The 40-foot wide circular hut was built primarily from the skulls, tusks, and skeletons of woolly mammoths.
A new study paints a picture of a very different prehistoric Antarctica, one that was warmer and teeming with life.
It’s important to remember that these beautiful spectacles pose no real threat to terrestrial life.
Here are a few cultural “outings” you can now enjoy from your computer, tablet, or phone!
However, the team isn’t jumping to any conclusions just yet.