The tooth of the extinct gigantic soil of laziness, who lived in Belize 27 thousand years ago, showed that this area was dry, not the jungle, which it is today.
Illustration of the artist about what would look like a small tyrannosaurus Moros intriepidus. as well as 96 million years ago.
Examples of instruments made from bones of monkeys and teeth extracted from the late Pleistocene layer of the Le Léne cave in Sri Lanka show that early humans used complex hunting methods for monkeys and protein. 1
Two fossils found in Korea had a chopped eye, a property that is still visible under the light
titanosaure from a long neck from the middle of the Cretaceous period, recently found in Tanzania. The tail of the vertebra has a unique form of heart that has contributed to its name. In Swahili, the name is translated as "animal Mtutka with tail in the form of a heart".
The earliest evidence of mobility is 2.1 billion years old and was found in Gabon. Pipes detected in black shales filled with crystals of pyrite, formed as a result of the transformation of biological tissue with bacteria in layers of clay minerals
. Using the nuclei of sedimentary lakes, they found that it was warmer than previously thought. They were studied on several subjects, including the reproduction of the 21th-century Thyodhilda Church on the estate of Eric Red, known as Brattahlíð, currently Qassiarsuk, Greenland
This is an illustration of the artist of Antarctica, 250 million years ago. The recently discovered dinosaur fossil, Antarctanax shackletoni, has shown that reptiles live among the most diverse wildlife in Antarctica after mass extinction
. A new study establishes the timeline of the cave, and it protects the first known people for another 300 thousand years ago.
The illustration of this artist shows a sea urchin, similar to hunting for a dagger at dusk. This animal animal was the first reptile that had unusual little eyes, which most likely demanded that they use other feelings, such as tactile sense of their duck to hunt for prey
. clay pigment called ultramarine in the plaque on the lower jaw of a medieval woman
Neandertal fossil, left and modern human skeleton. Neanderthals are generally considered an indicator of high injury rates compared to modern humans, but a new study shows that head injury was consistent for both.
The oldest in the world of figurative work from Borneo dates back 40,000 years ago when people were living on what is now known as the third largest island of the Earth.
A 250-thousand-year-old Neanderthal tooth has an unprecedented record of births, feeding, illnesses and lead exposures during the first three years of life
The artist's illustration shows the huge night-birds captured in the Ancient Woods of Madagascar at night. A new study suggests that now extinct birds were night and blind.
Kebara 2 is the most complete scan of the Neanderthal Yannil, which has been recovering to the present. It was discovered in the Kebar Israeli Cave, where other Neanderthal remains were found.
The world's oldest shipwreck was found by a research group in the Black Sea. This is a Greek merchant ship that dates back 400 BC. The ship was interviewed and digitally displayed by two remote submarines
This fossil presents a new fish similar to piranha, from the Jurassic period with sharp, pointed teeth. He probably ate the fins of other fish.
Kapalin skull of a young diplodoc, known as Andrew, who conducted Cary Woodruff, director of paleontology at the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum.
Two small bones from the Cemetery Cave in Poland are the oldest human remains. in country. The condition of the bones also indicates that the child ate a large bird.
The illustration of this artist shows the recently discovered kind of dinosaurs of the Ledumahadi mafube, living in the Early Jurassic of South Africa. Heterodontosaurus, another South African dinosaur, can also be seen in the foreground.
A 73,000-year-old red drawing is displayed on a silica flake that is formed when sand and gravel cement together and found in a cave in South Africa.
A set of medium-neolithic ceramics, including typical Danilo dishes, figurines and rituals, used to store meat, milk, cheese and yogurt.
These four dinosaurs show the evolution of alvarazaurus. From the left to the left, Haplocheirus, Xiyunykus, Bannykus, and Shuvuuia show jaw prolongation, teeth reduction, and changes in the hand and arm.
Eorhynchochelys sinensis – an early tortoise that lived 228 million years ago.
Bones of the leg of the age of 7, extracted from the ancient Roman cemetery, show bend and deformation associated with rickets.
The famous statues of the Easter Island, called Moai, were initially full of body measurements, which were partially covered over time. They represent important Rapa-Nui ancestors and were cut after the population was established on the island 900 years ago.
Researchers stand on the site of the Abrief Hole 7 excavations, where the creased human remains were found in Stonehenge for study. New research shows that 40% of the 25 people buried in Stonehenge were not there – but they may have carried stones from West Wales and helped build it.
A recent open-ended armored dinosaur, Akainacephalus johnsoni, was found in southern Utah.
The leg is one part of the partial skeleton of the skeleton of 3.32 million years old in a child of Australopithecus afarensis, named Selam.
The influence of asteroids, which made the dinosaurs die, also destroyed global forests, according to a new study. This illustration shows one of the few landbirds that survived the toxic environment and mass extinction.
The remnants of the killed rhinoceros are helping researchers today, when the early people reached the Philippines. They found 75% of the complete rhinoceros skeleton that was clearly clogged with 13 of its bones, which depicted the compartments and areas where the bone was killed for the release of bone marrow, at the archaeological site of Calinga on the island of Luzon.
One of the 26 people found at the site of the 19th century murder on the Swedish island of Eland. This teenager was found lying on the side, which indicates a more slow death. Other skeletons found in homes and on the streets of the Ring of the Sandbee-Borbis show signs of sudden death by blows on the head.
The skeleton of a young woman and her fetus were found in a brick coffin dated to medieval Italy. Her skull shows an example of neurosurgery, and her baby was extruded after death in a rare "birth of the coffin."
This part of the skull of the whale was found on the Calavera dam construction site in California, along with at least 19 others.
The cervical age of the cow shows a trepanation, a skull opening that was created by humans as a surgical intervention or an experiment.
On the left, the scan of our hominine, the ancestor of Homo heidelbergensis, lived from 200,000 to 600,000 years ago. On the right is a modern human skull. The Gominin had pronounced straight ridges, but modern people developed mobile eyebrows as their face shape became smaller. On the right is an image with improved content that shows the details of the track.
A central platform at Star Carr in North Yorkshire, England, was excavated by a research team that studied past climate change events in the middle ages. On the site of Star Carr are the oldest evidence of carpentry in Europe and the construction of buildings in the UK.
Researchers have studied the scum of archeopteryx rubbing for 150 years, but new X-ray data show that a bird-like dinosaur can be an "active flyer".
This wall with paintings is located in the cave of La Paz, Spain. The shape of the stairs of red horizontal and vertical lines is more than 64 thousand years and was made by Neanderthals
. Researchers believe that they served as a body ornament for Neanderthals.
The earliest modern human fossils found outside of Africa were found in Israel. This suggests that modern people have left Africa for at least 50,000 years earlier than previously thought. The upper jaw, including several teeth, was discovered in a prehistoric cave
This is a excavated structure on the northern edge of the Grand Plaza in Teploskulula-Yukunda in Oaxaca, Mexico. The researchers investigated the cemetery "mor", associated with the devastating epidemic of 1545-1550 years. A new analysis suggests that Salmonella caused an epidemic of typhoid fever
Standing about 4 feet, the early ancestors of Man Paranthropus boisei had a small brain and a broad, dish-shaped face. The most famous is that it has large teeth and large chewing gums.