A true "no-go zone"!
Neoepiblema acreensis was 5 feet long and around 175 lbs in weight!
The purpose of such an elaborate structure remains a big open question
Just as we think we know what happened...
Early Stone Age hominins optimized raw material choices based on functional performance characteristics
The cave of Tuc Audoubert was discovered by the three sons of Count Henri three Bégouën on 20 July and 10 October 1912
Researchers analyzed "shock crystallized" zircon to determine the exact age of Yarrabubba
The two-meter long femur at the Angeac-Charente site is thought to have belonged to a sauropod
The fossils include 12 skull caps and 2 lower leg bones
"Obviously when we got the results that it was 18.000 years old, that changes everything"