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A fossil hints that prehistoric baby birds could have fed themselves soon after hatching.
An ancient sea creature with a snakelike neck may have sucked up its prey.
Teenage tyrannosaurs packed on the pounds.
Meat-eating dinosaurs sometimes feasted on flying reptiles.
Researchers can find out in what kind of soil a fossil was originally buried.
A fossil reveals that ancient animals shed their skin, just as insects and crustaceans do today.
A fossil's mouthparts hint that winged insects lived on Earth 400 million years ago.
A tiny fossil skull represents the earliest known ancestor of monkeys and apes.
Learning how fast dinosaurs grew may help link birds to dinosaurs.
Rock fragments from Antarctica suggest a huge meteor struck Earth 250 million years ago.
Enormous dinosaurs might have balanced on their front feet when wading in shallow water.
Fossil bones hint that sea-level increases doomed Atlantic albatross populations.