fossils

Watch: Farmer Uncovers 11,000 Year Old Wooly Mammoth Bones In A Field

Michigan farmer James Bristle and his buddy were digging in his southern Michigan soybean field when they thought they unearthed a bent fence post caked with mud. The fence instead turned out to be part of a pelvis from an ancient woolly mammoth aged at about 11,000 years.

A team of paleontologists from… More »


New Dinosaur Species Discovered That Probably Looked Like A Big-Headed Pony With Horns

A four foot tall and 11 feet long dinosaur skeleton has been fully discovered and put together in Montana by a team of Colordado-based paleontologists.

It is a Ceratopsian dinosaur from 75 million years ago of the late Cretaceous period.

The scientists predict that the dino resembled the Tricerotops but that… More »


Be My Boyfriend: Guy Who Filled His House With Mammoth Bones

Dear Guy Who Filled His House With Mammoth Bones,

Two years ago, when you found your first woolly mammoth bone in your Iowa backyard, you reacted like most people would, by saying to your sons, “Boys, that’s a bone. That’s a really big bone.” But it was how you proceeded after that that… More »


The World’s Oldest Penis Bone(r) Discovered

We’ve told you about legendary rock star penises and actor penises, but now we’re going to bring you: the world’s oldest prick! (No, it’s not Bob Barker.) The 400 million year old fossil was actually just discovered by the aptly named Australian palaeontologist Dr. Long (you just can’t make this crap up!). Anyhoo, his research… More »


The Daily Squeeze: Prenatal Vitamins, Prehistoric Sex, And Mating Expectations

In a study of 89 men, those who consumed the most folate (found in leafy green vegetables) had the fewest sperm with aneuploidy, an abnormality that may account for miscarriages and a variety of disorders. More research needs to be done, but it sounds like wannabe dads might want to take prenatal vitamins, or at… More »