Paleontologists recently announced the discovery of two new dinosaur species, with the predatory creatures said to have roamed the south of England about 125 million years ago during the Early Cretaceous Period.
A photo of the prehistoric monster snake called Titanoboa, which is estimated to have been an astonishing 42.5 feet in length, is circulating online. But the said photo of the fossil is not real, because it is only a model.
Researchers have uncovered perfectly preserved fossils of giant rhinos in the Gansu province of northwestern China. Reconstructing the animal's anatomy showed that fossils came from a new species of giant rhinos, the largest mammals to ever walk the Earth.
Genes of animals from the Ediacaran era are found to live within humans even after half a billion years since they roamed Earth. These genes are responsible for body symmetry, sensory organs, and the immune system.
A discovery and study of prehistoric teeth found in 1910 and 1911 suggest that neanderthals and modern humans interbred. The teeth were discovered over 100 years ago at the La Cotte de St. Brelade cave in Jersey, an island on the English channel, a report from Gizmodo states. The teeth, along with fossils and modern genomes, provide sufficient evidence of interbreeding.