- French archaeology students find 560,000-year-old tooth Updated: Jul-28-15 12:16 pm
PARIS - Two students have found a human tooth from about 560,000 years ago in a famous prehistoric cave in southwestern France, a discovery praised by archaeologists as the oldest human body part ever discovered in the country and being rare from that period in Europe.
- Collector finds marine reptile fossil in mountains of Alaska Updated: Jul-22-15 8:28 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Researchers have confirmed the discovery of a marine reptile fossil in the Talkeetna Mountains, the University of Alaska Museum of the North announced Wednesday.
- Fossils found in Clark County in 2002 back from California Updated: Jul-19-15 5:22 pm
LAS VEGAS - Fossils that were unearthed in Nevada more than a decade ago but have been on display in California are back home.
- Close relative of tropical lizard once lived in Wyoming Updated: Jul-18-15 12:53 pm
LARAMIE, Wyoming - A recently discovered fossil shows that a close relative of the tropical "Jesus" lizard lived in Wyoming some 50 million years ago, a researcher has concluded.
- Scientist to give update on Black Hill's cave excavation Updated: Jul-18-15 10:04 am
WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK, South Dakota - The scientist who led a crew to excavate ice age fossils from the mouth of an unexplored cave in the Black Hills is updating the public on what's been found so far.
- New species of feather-winged dinosaur unearthed in China Updated: Jul-16-15 10:21 am
LONDON - A nearly complete, new dinosaur fossil has been unearthed in China, the first in its family to have unusually short feathered wings.
- Fossil research resumes at Wyoming's odd Natural Trap Cave Updated: Jul-15-15 7:04 am
LOVELL, Wyoming - A new season of research has begun at an unusual cave in northern Wyoming where hundreds of animals fell to their deaths over 100,000 years.
- Museum event offers fossil, artifact identification Updated: Jun-29-15 5:08 am
JOHNSON CITY, Tennessee - Experts will help people identify their fossils and other artifacts at an event this week at the East Tennessee State University and General Shale Natural History Museum and Visitors Center at the Gray Fossil Site.