In Australia, researchers discovered a new species of crocodile that lived about 95 million years ago and ate a dinosaur as its final meal.
Based on archaeological findings, it was possible to identify human remains as those of a child who may have been found in a Stone Age burial site uncovered beneath a gravel road in eastern Finland.
Researchers identified a rare baby mummy as the firstborn son of an Austrian count, and rickets may have contributed to the child’s death.
Polish archeologists have unearthed a Roman built food storage container that operated as a primitive refrigerator in Bulgaria.
The discovery of a particularly well-preserved duck-billed hadrosaur in North Dakota raises the possibility that there are more mummified dinosaur than previously thought.
The pelvis bone is the largest type of bone in the skeleton. It is an oval-shaped body region located between the hip bones and protecting the abdominal organs. Additionally genes, embryonic tissue samples reveal when the pelvis begins to form during pregnancy.
An analysis of items discovered among human bones buried beneath a disused police headquarters hints to 2,000-year-old remains.