Stonehenge, Britain's prehistoric circle of stones, will receive some infrastructure help in the future. The area around Stonehenge, in addition to the visitors center, will see improvements.
Stonehenge skeleton unearthed by British scientists appears to be the remains of a teenage boy who died around 1550 BC. Forensic anthropology reveals that he traveled from the Mediterranean — and he's not the only traveler from a distant land who found his way to the famous monument.
Boy with Amber Necklace remains, discovered near the Stonehenge monument in Britain, are believed to have come several hundred miles from the south. Boy with Amber Necklace is thought to have been a teenager when he passed.
Two black panther cubs look towards the media during a presentation at the Tierpark Zoo in Berlin, Germany, on Friday. The two female cubs were born in the Tierpark on July 2.
Stonehenge wasn't the only mammoth circle in southern England 5,000 years ago. Using new radar imaging equipment, scientists have identified what was once a nearby circle of huge timbers.
Stonehenge archaeologists said Thursday they have uncovered the foundations of a second circular structure only a few hundred yards from Stonehenge.
Tara, a 2-month-old Asian palm civet cub, sits on the shoulder of a Royev Ruchei Zoo employee in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia, on Monday. Zoo employees are hand-feeding two cubs, Tara and Tona, after their mother gave birth to them in April this year and refused to nurse them.
The sun rises behind the Stonehenge monument in England, during the summer solstice shortly after 4:52 a.m., on June 21. Thousands of New Agers and neo-pagans danced and whooped in delight Monday as a bright early morning sun rose above the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge, marking the summer solstice. About 20,000 people crowded the prehistoric site on Salisbury Plain, southern England.
Summer solstice means all-night parties for alternative-minded revelers at Stonehenge.
The strange history of an abandoned colonial settlement-turned-wilderness.