Dinosaurs, hamsters, and a brother's famous bottom
We took on nature in its purest form and gave our souls a thorough cleansing
A fossilised skeleton of a tiny creature with a long tail, sharp teeth and monkey-like feet has turned out to be the oldest-known primate – the group that includes gorillas, chimps and humans.
Discovery in Siberia passed on to researchers who hope to clone extinct animal
The United States has returned a stolen, 70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus skeleton to Mongolia.
The gingko became a ubiquitous presence in modern life – whether in sculpture form or as a smart drug.
A new species of dinosaur whose translated name means “lonely small bandit” has been discovered in Madagascar.
It's seen as a sign of respect awarded by scientists around the world searching for new species of plant and animal life. Now Barack Obama has the honour of having not one, but three species named after him.
Bones locked away for more than half a century overturn previous theories
The first ever Mario game ever to be depicted in resplendent HD.
It's official: A giant marine reptile that roamed the seas roughly 150 million years ago is a new species, researchers say. The animal, now named Pliosaurus funkei, spanned about 40 feet and had a 6.5-foot-long skull with a bite four times as powerful as Tyrannosaurus rex.
In the 2004 film Night at the Museum, Ben Stiller’s security guard was in for quite a shock when the exhibited T-Rex skeleton sprang to life and began to chase him around the building.
A "shaggy" close cousin of Tyrannosaurus rex discovered in China is the biggest feathered dinosaur known, scientists have revealed.
A magnolia tree in full bloom was the very symbol of spring yesterday in Kensington, west London, as millions of Britons around the country enjoyed temperatures at least 8C warmer than normal for the time of year. Porthmadog in North Wales saw the warmest temperature, 21.7C, making it hotter than Madrid.
Walk Of The Month: Isle of Wight - Where else can you stumble upon a 65 million-year-old oyster? Mark Rowe takes a step back on the Isle of Wight