A new study sheds more light on how Argentina came into its present form

A recent discovery of the 26 million year old fossil of Eomys quercyi , in Enspel, Germany, has revealed that it was a four-inch long gliding animal with a membrane, similar to that of flying

New findings by scientists at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, US, and the University of GuizhouinChina, have indicated that a collection of fossils known as Peking Man, is

A fossilised jaw discovered last year in the Yuanqu river basin, in the southern part of China's Shanxi province is probably an early ancestor of the modern monkey, ape and even humans.

British scientist Chris Hill discovered the world's oldest flower recently in 130-million-year-old clay rocks in the south of England. Christened Bevhalstia pebja and belonging to the Cretaceous

The Denakil desert of Eritrea in Africa has turned out to be another exploration site for human fossils. In December last year, a team of Eritrean and Italian scientists led by Ernesto Abbate

Amber, a dehydrated tree resin, can literally capture scenes from the animal and plant world's past. A large volume of the resin, procured from the American state of New Jersey, is being seen as a storehouse of knowledge for natural historians, provid

WITH the recent finding of a rare dinosaur fossil, scientists at the Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque, New Mexico, are trying to create a sound that may resemble the call of

Even though the discovery of the 80 million-year-old dinosaur fossil in the Gobi desert of Mongolia - by fossil-hunters from the American Museum of Natural History in New York and the Mongolian

Darwinian sapience takes a beating as the notion of "punctuated equilibrium" - which postulates that evolution occurred in sudden fits and starts - gathers shape