The skulls, in particular, looked eerily familiar—almost human.
And the x-ray machine is hardly necessary.
What is there to do with heaps of cat mummies?
Haven’t you heard? It’s called the earmouse.
Extinct deer and their relatives evolved huge, bizarre antlers and even fangs!
The habitat is ready for mammoths—whenever we get around to bringing them back.
Once a specimen is rendered transparent, dyes rush to their bones and cartilage.
This ancient ostrich-like creature may have been food for early humans.
At museums in DC, Indianapolis, New York, and across the world, this artist’s sculptures bring prehistoric creatures back to life.
The half-narwhal, half-beluga is just one of many mixes between different whale species.