The stunningly well-preserved fossil of the 70-million-year-old dinosaur was reportedly dug up by poachers and smuggled to Europe.
Scientists believe the hydraulic system predates the one in Mesopotamia and may be the oldest in the world.
The oldest complete skeleton of a human ancestor – Little Foot – has been unveiled after a painstaking 20 year excavation at Sterkfontein Caves in Gauteng.
Palaeontologists say that the new discovery provides more information about the evolution of ancient underwater creature.
Two studies have looked at repercussions of childhood traumas into adulthood. Aggressive kids or kids who bully other children are more likely to be unemployed.
27 statues of varying sizes have been unearthed and are being restored by the King Amenhotep III Temple Conservation Project.
Meteorites allowed Bronze Age metal workers to create iron tools before humans were able to smelt iron and create tools.
Using ground penetrating radar, an archaeologist believes the area which is also near Fort Negley will contain a "high likelihood of human remains".
A wall dating back to the Middle Ages including 7 well-preserved turrets have been found in a small town in Spain, 50km from Madrid.
The hidden message was discovered in the hollowed-out butt of a statue of Jesus from the church of Santa Águeda in Sotillo de la Ribera in Spain.
Between 1923 and 1927, paleontologists in China discovered several fossils near Beijing. They named it the Peking Man. But the bones disappeared in 1941 and haven't been found yet.
The first-known original Greek copy of the banned Christian writing was discovered in the Nag Hammadi Library at Oxford University by biblical scholars.
The archaeological treasure trove also included skeletons of what is believed to be pterosaurs hatchlings and young adults.
Scans of prehistoric women's arms and shin bones show that they were stronger than rowers and athletes of today.
The 230-foot-long figure is expected to be older than most of the other geoglyphs that make up the Nazca Lines.
Researchers say that Caesar's campaign had more impact on Britain's history than was previously thought.
It was previously thought that the ancient cities were built on the banks of the Sutlej River, the disappearance of which was claimed to be responsible the end of the civilisation.
Scientists reportedly ran tests on the remains of a limestone cave in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, dating it to around 345 CE.
Restoration expert Eudald Guillamet found the animal artwork while cleaning the cave to remove graffiti.
Two fossil specimens of the tiny worm-like creature have been uncovered in China and may change researchers' understanding of Cambrian Period animals.