The discovery of foot bone fossils from an early hominin may help unlock the mystery of how humans learned to walk upright.
A discovery in Ethiopia of 3-million-year old foot bones that once belonged to a human relative suggests that human bipedalism evolved more than once.
Koreaceratops was a dog-sized dinosaur. Where Koreaceratops was discovered isn't known for major fossil finds.
Ancient rats lived with dinosaurs and chewed on their ribs, leaving bite marks behind.