The discovery of a living coelacanth fish rocked the world in 1939, as scientists thought they had died out with the dinosaurs. A new study illuminates how its skull and tiny brain develop.
Sometimes extraordinary species really do appear to come back from the dead.
Despite claims about its age, puzzling combinations of features from Homo naledi gives it an uncanny resemblance to human beings.
A new centre in Indonesia is dedicated to studying the curious and ancient Coelacanth.