Dinosaurs & Fossils
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After the shock of his departure from the NHM there are smiles all around the UK as Dippy the Diplodocus prepares to head out on a massive tour of the UK.
Neanderthals and modern humans could have caught genital herpes and stomach ulcer-causing bacteria from each other, say anthropologists who believe the infectious diseases were carried out of Africa around 52,000 years ago.
Find the best dinosaur museums and collections in the UK with this Culture24 guide to the top ten places for dinosaurs and fossils.
A dinosaur known as the Welsh Dragon that was found on a beach near Penarth has been reunited with one of its missing feet and named in honour of the fossil hunters who unearthed it.
A 160-year-old statue of Iggy the Iguanodon is one of more than 30 iconic life-sized dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures being repaired in Crystal Palace Park.
This week we bring you the huge star exhibit of an exhibition in Wrexham which is the first to tell the tale of a Swamp Land in Wales 300 million years ago.
Scientists use skulls to show how "Last Common Ancestor" between Homo sapiens and Neanderthals might have looked
The last common ancestor between Homo sapiens and Neanderthals had a thick set brow and hints of modern humans' more delicate facial features, say scientists in Cambridge.
"A dinosaur disco preserved in stone": Scientists find tracks of long-necked sauropod dinosaurs from 170 million years ago in Scottish lagoons
Sauropods could have supported their "hopelessly heavy" weight by lounging in swamps on the Isle of Skye during the Middle Jurassic period, say scientists.
200-year-old token found on Dorset beach probably belonged to famous fossil-finder Mary Anning, say researchers
Mary Anning, the famous 19th century fossil collector who was revered across the world, probably owned a childhood token from more than 200 years ago found on a Lyme Regis beach by researchers.
Species "undiscovered" after Natural History Museum CT scans mouse-sized mid-Jurassic fossil found on Isle of Skye
A lucky discovery of a mouse-sized Jurassic fossil, found on a rock during an otherwise-uneventful trip to Scotland by a group of researchers, has resulted in the “undiscovery” of two species.