Neanderthals Used to Dive Into the Ocean to Collect Shells, New Discovery Suggest

​Neanderthals ​were not as boorish or dull as historians once believed. A new discovery of a humanoid detailed that his walk was performed with an upright posture and some groups located in Western Europe might have also swum on a...

Ancient Fossil Shells Show Levels of Mercury Dating Back to the Cretaceous Period

The outcome of an asteroid collision with Earth is commonly attributed to the mass extinction that killed off the majority of dinosaurs and approximately three-quarters of the planet's vegetation and animal species about 66 million years ago.​ However, terrible volcanic...