Researchers believe the findings will cement New Zealand’s place as the penguin center of the world.
“I will probably spend the rest of my career working on this site," said paleontologist Robert Gay.
Fossils face another extinction courtesy of the president.
Humans may have migrated out of Africa much earlier than scientists previously believed.
A unique record of the American past may soon be open to mining.
“My heart was racing," paleontologist Joe Sertich said. "I realized it was a pretty important dinosaur find."
A natural history museum employee even chimed in with support.
The amber-encased hatchling, found in Myanmar, features feathers, skin, and other tissue.
“We don’t just have a skeleton. We have a dinosaur as it would have been.”
The print, found in Western Australia, is about 27 inches longer than the last suspected record-holder.
She turned heads, even though she could barely turn hers in the outfit.
This is the very essence of what we call serendipity: the art of creating the good intellectual, scientific and experimental
"I just scooped it up before another wave came in.”