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This Mysterious Ancient Predator Had A Killer Jaw loading...
This Mysterious Ancient Predator Had A Killer Jaw
The sharklike Helicoprion lived 275 million years ago and could slice its prey in two with its buzz saw jaw.
No, Koalas Aren't Functionally Extinct—Yet loading...
No, Koalas Aren't Functionally Extinct—Yet
As koalas suffer in the Australian bushfires, misinformation has spread about their demise. Here’s what we know.
In A First, Fossil Dinosaur Feathers Found Near The South Pole loading...
In A First, Fossil Dinosaur Feathers Found Near The South Pole
The ancient plumage hints at how small carnivorous dinosaurs weathered long, cold winters inside the Antarctic Circle 118 million years ago.
Ancient Egyptians Mummified Millions Of Birds. Where Did They Get Them? loading...
Ancient Egyptians Mummified Millions Of Birds. Where Did They Get Them?
Sacred ibises were sacrificed on an industrial scale—and new research may help us understand what led to the birds’ disappearance from the marshes of the Nile.
World’s Fastest Ants Found Racing Across The Sahara loading...
World’s Fastest Ants Found Racing Across The Sahara
The silver ants can run their body length in less than a hundredth of a second—the equivalent of a human running 643 kilometres an hour.

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