leatherback sea turtle making its way across a beach
Fifteen-Year Project Quantifies Threat to Reptiles
The study estimates that one-fifth of reptile species worldwide are at risk of extinction.
Fifteen-Year Project Quantifies Threat to Reptiles
Fifteen-Year Project Quantifies Threat to Reptiles

The study estimates that one-fifth of reptile species worldwide are at risk of extinction.

The study estimates that one-fifth of reptile species worldwide are at risk of extinction.

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An artistic rendering of a dinosaur fleeing a wall of water
Cretaceous Meteor That Killed Most Life on Earth Hit in Spring
Amanda Heidt | Feb 24, 2022
Researchers determined the season during which the meteor struck by studying the bones of fish excavated from a contentious field site.
Fossils of African Fauna
African, Arabian Mammals Didn’t Escape Grande Coupure Extinction
Chloe Tenn | Nov 8, 2021
More than two-thirds of mammals in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula went extinct during the Eocene-Oligocene transition some 30 million years ago, a study finds.
Trove of Fossils Shows Mammal Evolution after Dino Extinction
Emily Makowski | Oct 25, 2019
The site, Corral Bluffs in Colorado, also reveals how plants evolved and how ecosystems rebounded after the asteroid impact.