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Fossil Q Founder Android Wear 2.0

Android Wear 2.0 Update Finds Its Way to Fossil Smartwatches

A handful of Fossil smartwatches have received the Android Wear 2.0 major update. more


Jellyfish Ancestor Has First Muscles

An unusual creature discovered fossilized in Newfoundland may have the earliest muscular structures, according to a new study. more

Kennewick Man

Book Details 'Kennewick Man'

A 9,000-year-old skeleton was likely an Asian man who traveled along the Pacific coastline to hunt seals and other large marine mammals. more

Hallucigenia sparsa

Ancient Worm Identified

A strange fossil of a worm with spines and many legs has been identified as an early relative of the modern velvet worm, which lives in tropical rainforests. more

Creation Museum Opens Allosaurus Exhibit

Creation Museum Has $1 Million Fossil

A Maryland City Council candidate recently donated a fossil specimen to the Kentucky museum. more

African Pygmy Hedgehog

Tiny Hedgehog Found

Researchers have unearthed fossils of a hedgehog believed to have lived more than 50 million years ago. more

Pelagornis sandersi

Ancient Bird Had 24-Foot Wingspan

Scientists have identified an extinct bird that flew with a wingspan between 20 and 24 feet. more


Did Dogs Hunt Mammoths?

Researchers have found canine-like skulls in sites where thousands of mammoth bones have been excavated. more


Oldest Known Pterodactyl Found in China

A fossil misidentified for years as a theropod is actually the oldest known example of a pterodactyl. more


Fossil Shark Had Gills Like a Goldfish

An ancient shark appears to have a lot in common with bony fish when it comes to gill arrangement, possibly changing the idea that sharks are "living fossils." more

Smithsonian Gets Its First T. Rex

T. Rex Coming to Smithsonian

The fossil is expected to arrive in Washington on Tuesday. more

Daddy Longlegs

Daddy Longlegs Aren't Spiders

The long-legged arachnid is actually a closer relation to the scorpion. more

Ancient Arthropod Has Oldest Known Cardiovascular System

Ancient Arthropod Has Oldest Circulatory System

A fossil estimated to be 520 million years old has a well-preserved cardiovascular system complete with heart, blood vessels and lateral arteries. more

Ancient Sea Turtle

Ancient Sea Turtle Was Likely 10 Feet Long

Scientists have put together two bone specimens discovered many years apart to construct an extinct turtle's arm. more

Oldest Known Human Footprint

'Little Foot' Could Be Human Ancestor

After a 13-year analysis, researchers believe a 3-foot-tall fossil specimen named "Little Foot" lived about 3 million years ago and could be an ancestor of modern man. more

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