Picture shows a scientist to examine the footprints found in Caleta de los Loros y Pozo Salado, Argentina, undated. The analysis of the footprints confirmed that its age is 8 million years, belonging to the Late Miocene era in which the dinosaurs were extinct and it was given the scientific name Rionegrina pozosaladensis. (Gobierno de Rio Negro/Newsflash)
Picture shows the reconstruction of a new species of prehistoric amphibian, undated.
It lived 100,000 years ago, the species inhabited the region during the Pleistocene in San Pedro, Argentina. (Museo Paleontologico Fray Manuel de Torres/Newsflash)
A new species of ancient wide-mouthed frog once prey to caveman hunters 100,000 years ago has been unearthed by scientists in Argentina. https://youtu.be/9iNipd7wKrU Fossil hunters discovered the remains of the…
Image shows the perfectly preserved turtle fossil of Solnhofia parsonsi, undated photo. Researchers from the University of Tuebingen, Germany, believe it dates back to about 150 million years ago. (Felix Augustin, University of Tuebingen/Newsflash)