Miners in Canada came across what is considered to be the best preserved fossil of its kind. Meet the nodosaur, a plant-eating armored dinosaur.
The tail of a 99-million-year-old dinosaur—complete with bones, soft tissue, and even feathers—has been found preserved in amber. Learn more about the discovery and its implications. Link
The world was just treated to the brightest supermoon in 68 years—and the pictures coming in are stunning. Link
Described by scientists as living fossils, these mesmerizing invertebrates date back about 200 million years.
Immerse yourself in this spectacular 360° footage and climb to the top of the biggest trees on Earth.