The genetic analysis of modern-day lions, extinct cave lions, and well-preserved, cave lion cubs reveal the relationship of their species. Scientists finally answer the debate of whether or not they come from the same ancient species.
scientists found 400 million years old fossil of an extinct worm from Royal Ontario Museum. The specimen had been kept for more than a decade. The extinct gigantic species had more than one-centimeter long jaw that made the immense predator during the period.
An island nation, entirely secluded from the spread of traditional species found worldwide, Australia is home to a unique form of mammals known for their maternal instincts, classified as “marsupials”. The term may encompass many species, however, when the notable pouches of marsupials are often thought of, the species most easily recognized is the jumping species of kangaroos. But new research published this week in the journal PLOS ONE reveals that kangaroo species may not have always had that famous skip in their step.