The discovery of fossil tracks in Madhya Pradesh by an Indian scientist may turn back life's clock by 500 million years

The fossilized skull of Narmada Homo erectus was found embedded in a conglomerate bed in the Narmada valley of central India. This bed occurs at the basal part of a formation sandwiched between two other formations of 0.73 Ma and 74000 yrs BP. The conglomerate bed has also preserved fossils of Hipopotamus namadicus, etc having Middle Pleistocene affinity.

Original Source

Recently discovered prehistoric embryos are throwing previous theories into a tizzy

involving use of symbolic communication there is evidence that our ancestors could speak.

Palaeontologists have found what they had been looking for: a near perfect dinosaur fossil from the Jurassic Age. They might finally be able to tell whether the creatures descended from birds or reptiles

researchers have recently discovered 92-million-year old fossilised ants.

an asteroid that splashed into the Southern Ocean about 1,500 km southwest off the Chilean coast two million years ago has solved several mysteries of nature: why the fossils of land and sea

An ancient jawbone may change our understanding of mammals

A dealer of rare fossils says he has found a dinosaur egg containing an intact embryo

Scientists say that the world s biggest bird ever is the prehistoric Australian ostrich