New research uncovers seven crocodile species in a single 13-million-year-old bone bed, including new mollusk-crunching species.
New research finds this group of animals became more diverse over time, not less, flying in the face of traditional evolutionary thought.
Visitors to the Museum’s Spitzer Hall of Human Origins are invited to “walk” in the footsteps of hominins who lived some 3.6 million years ago. For Brian Richmond deciphering what such footprints can tell us about the behavior of our early ancestors is the stuff of his life’s work.
Scorpions in the genus Ananteris can drop their tails—and a chunk of their gut—to escape predators.