The sabre-toothed cat, Smilodon, is famous for its enormous pair of canines. But were these blades used for power, or were they precise instruments?
In the pursuit of gold, one may stumble across greater treasures…
Was Siberia’s ice age unicorn just your average rhinoceros?
Since 1935, primate teeth scattered around Asia have hinted at the presence of something massive. But what do we really know about this giant? And is it the culprit behind some of our superstitious beliefs?
Is there a connection between the avocados in your guacamole and extinct giant ground sloths? The answer may surprise you.
A collection of the best headlines, species and research in the field of paleontology from 2020
In 2006, my grandfather recorded Prehistoric Park on VCR. I still watch it to this day. A review of my favourite docuseries, BBC’s Prehistoric Park.
Some places have an almost mythic feel to them. The Royal Tyrell Museum of paleontology just might be one of those places. A review of the legendary natural history museum