Scientists unearth in China fossil of first-known dinosaur with venomous teeth
Construction workers found the remains of a 500,000 year old Columbian mammoth at a construction site in East Village, San Diego County.
Move over, dinosaurs. Paleontologists have discovered ancient fossils of a snake - now named Tinanoboa Cerrejonensis - which is the biggest snake that ever lived. We are talking about a snake that was longer than 43 feet, and weighed more than a tonne. That's more weight than a car, and longer than some buses.