3,000-year-old tablet describing Babylonian Noah's Ark tale could be 'earliest ever example of fake news,' ...
A scholar at the University of Cambridge in the U.K. has suggested that the "earliest ever example of fake news" exists in a 3,000-year-old Babylonian tablet that describes the story of Noah and the Ark,
The discovery of a toothed seabird fossil north of Christchurch is forcing scientists to rethink theories of the bird’s evolution. A fossil of a protodontopteryx, believed to have lived 62 million years
Human evolution tracked by DNA only covered the last 400,000 years until very recently, a discovery marked a breakthrough in the molecular studies. Scientists from the University of Cambridge and the of
The recent discovery of a 3.8m-year-old cranium (skull without the lower jaw) is the hottest topic of conversation among palaeoanthropologists right now. But fossils are found all the time, so why is cranium
Britain's very own ‘Atlantis’ has been found deep in the North Sea after scientists discovered what they believe to be two Stone Age settlements. Two stone artifacts that could be over 10,000 years old
In what may be a first of its kind, a lump of amber has preserved the shell of an ammonite and other shoreline life in stunning detail. Ninety-nine million years ago in what's now Myanmar, a glob of tree
A missing piece of Stonehenge has been found after 60 years, as experts say it could unlock mysteries of the ancient monument. A long, thin fragment of the enormous sarsen stones was handed to English