An unsung patron of science whose deep pockets and passion for exploring led to the founding of two influential natural history museums.
Dressed in a petticoat and bonnet, Mary Anning climbed precarious cliffs to find prehistoric fossils.
The Burgess Shale is a huge deposit of unique fossils that reveals records of the middle Cambrian, a vital period in evolutionary history.
A new fossil human ancestor has made its way into the media spotlight, and it’s causing quite a ruckus.
How could the era have supported such massive herbivores?