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 Revellers attend summer solstice celebrations at Stonehenge near Amesbury, Britain, June 21, 2023

Neolithic structure uncovered on remote Isle of Arran in Scotland

Ancient mystery: Did fishermen catch a dinosaur and throw it back?

A sabre tooth tiger depiction at the Boston Museum of Science.

Purring predators: The adorable secret of saber-toothed tigers

 Group of nematodes.

Scientists revive prehistoric worm that laid dormant for 46,000 years

 Artistic depiction of wooly mammoths. (creative commons)

Warm ice age forever changed Earth’s climate cycles - study

 A mosaic depicting hunters

Reexamining the male hunter female gatherer paradigm – study

 How did the modern horse evolve? (illustrative)

Look ma, no toes! How the modern horse evolved to have hooves

 Illustrative depiction of the Australopithecus Afarensis

Step this way: When did humans learn how to walk upright? - study

 Reconstruction of what early human ancestor Homo Heidelbergensis may have looked like.

86,000-year-old human bone shows failed expansions out of Africa - study

Girl and boy cutout decals on pink and blue backgrounds.

Did prehistoric Europe have a non-binary view of gender? - study

3D reconstruction of the cranium and lower jaws of Crassigyrinus scoticus in articulation.

After nearly 100 years, scientists solve puzzle of ancient predator's skull

 An illustrative depiction of early neolithic farming

How did Europe's first farmers survive disease? New study uncovers answers


Oldest known Ichthyosaur remains discovered in Arctic

Mineralized fossils of Protomelission gatehousei from Wirrealpa, Australia.

Prehistoric ‘moss animals’ are millions of years younger than previously thought

Fossil of the teleosaurid crocodyliform platysuchus

Discovery of ancient 'marine crocodiles' could fill fossil record gap - study

 Workers of Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) talk next to a sculpture carved in stone representing the Mayan god of fertility Yum Kee, in the archaeological zone of Oxkintok, in Maxcanu, state of Yucatan, in Mexico, December 7, 2022.

Headless Maya statue discovered in excavation of ancient city

 An artist's reconstruction shows the Kap Kobenhavn formation in northernmost Greenland two million years ago, at a time when temperatures were significantly higher than northernmost Greenland today, in this undated handout image obtained by Reuters on December 6, 2022.

A lost world: Scientists find 2 million-year-old oldest recorded DNA

 Four human species are represented here (H. erectus, H. heidelbergensis, H. neanderthalensis, H. sapiens).

UK Boxgrove fossils highlight complexities of human evolution in new study