The death march of an ancient segmented creature sheds light on the origins of segmented bilaterian animals.
Excavators carrying out works at a quarry in China's Anhui province serendipitously uncovered the oldest fossil forest in Asia.
Analyzing fossils found 30 years ago, researchers have identified two new dinosaur species from Thailand.
Homo luzonensis lived between 50,000 to 67,000 years ago, says an international team of scientists who uncovered the fossils in the Callao Cave of Northern Philippines.
Fossilized beetles found in 99-million-year-old amber share many similar characteristics with their living family members, say scientists in China.
Japanese paleontologists have identified an uncatalogued ‘dinosaur’ bone as belonging to an extinct sea mammal.
Amber fossils found in Myanmar provide the oldest evidence of frogs in wet, tropical forests.
An international team of researchers has discovered fossil footprints left by animals that may have lived about 635-541 million years ago in China.
The super-elongated windpipe of a fossilized ‘coiled chicken’ suggests that the bird produced a deep and loud call.