Dietary factors and diet-related deaths; four-legged whale fossil found; and can domestic cats recnogise their own name?
Overshadowed by the remains of dinosaurs and hominids, the Cambrian period fossils tell the story of a revolution in evolution that sheds light into our ultimate origins.
How do you tackle a giant shark with a 3-meter wide jaw, a 16-meter long body and a ferocious appetite? The answer may be to simply take away its favourite food.
Fossils are like time capsules, capturing a moment of life’s history in stone. They are the remains of once-living animals, plants or microbes. Join Dr Paul Taylor, Natural History Museum palaeontologist and author of A History of Life in 100 Fossils to discover how these rocky remnants of living creatures record the evolution of life, and hear the fascinating […]