In China, 1000 fossilized eggs were found, providing evidence for the hypothesis that the lack of diversity among the dinosaurs may have contributed to their decline and eventual extinction.
Archaeologists in Ukraine discovered an abundance of arrowheads, spinning wheels, and ceramic fragments from the late sixth and early fifth centuries B.C., when the region was inhabited by Scythian nomads known for their prowess as mounted archers.
Archaeologists believe they have discovered a king’s portrait carved into stone at the base of a massive prehistoric pyramid in northwest China.
Let’s take a brief look at Beijing city’s past. Modern human settlements — with agriculture, pottery, and jade working, dating to the Neolithic era (about 7000 years ago) have been discovered in Huairou, Pinggu, Changping, and other outlying districts.
The discovery of an ancient molar — a tooth that likely belonged to young girl who lived up to 164,000 years ago in a cave in what is now Laos — is new evidence that the mysterious human lineage dubbed the Denisovans, previously known only from caves in Siberia and China, also lived in Southeast Asia, a new study finds.
Researchers have discovered a nearly complete dinosaur fossil dating from about 125 million years ago in northern China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.