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All the evidence points to one thing: humans and woolly mammoths certainly lived side by side. But did humans hunt mammoths too?
Survivor: the flightless takahē was once thought extinct, before being ‘rediscovered’ in a remote valley in New Zealand.
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Evolution towards flightlessness has been much more common through history than scientists once thought.
Heracles inexpectatus on the forest floor, with three small wrens foraging at its feet.
The newly discovered Heracles inexpectatus stood nearly a metre tall. And its fossil bones sat undiscovered on a museum shelf for more than a decade before its hefty status was finally appreciated.
Resurrecting dinosaurs might not be so easy.
Jurassic Park’s dinosaur DNA premise is not so simple in real life
Dodos are best kept in museums these days.
My wildlife friends and I often talk about what species we would bring back from extinction. I am torn between the dodo and the thylacine, also known as the Tasmanian tiger. This was once a speculative…
Genetic analysis has helped untangle the ancestry of an enigmatic extinct bird species. Tim Heupink from Griffith University…