(Reuters)
Health and Science
Giant sloth vs. ancient man: Footprints reveal prehistoric hunt
Scientists uncovered evidence in New Mexico's White Sands National Monument of ancient humans engaged in a deadly face-off with a giant sloth, showing for the first time how our ancestors might have tackled such a formidable prey.
Read More
Up next in Science
promo
2:03
Giant sloth vs. ancient man: Footprints reveal prehistoric hunt
promo
2:25
Scientists to test for 'monster' in Loch Ness
promo
1:26
Worried about your prostate? Here’s what you need to know.
promo
2:39
Can bad smells make you sick?
promo
8:52
2nd Opinion(s): Episode 4
promo
3:41
What sound does a penguin make?
promo
1:08
Girl’s leg is reattached backward after cancer surgery
promo
0:56
Tiny turtles take first swim in East Australian Current
promo
2:10
What happens inside a kangaroo's pouch?
promo
1:20
Animation: 3D flyover of Jupiter’s north pole in infrared
promo
1:48
How do whales get trapped in fishing lines?
promo
1:45
How do turtles survive in winter?
promo
0:42
Stephen Hawking's Cambridge funeral draws crowd
promo
3:33
Tales from the Vault: This ancient climate catastrophe is our best clue to Earth’s future
promo
3:00
Robotic fish swims in coral reef
promo
1:47
Polar ice tests show greater human impact on emissions
promo
1:25
Stephen Hawking’s most memorable statements
promo
3:01
Donor lungs are getting a makeover
promo
0:56
Here’s what rabies does to the body
promo
5:13
The birth of the first stars
promo
1:42
Were Neanderthals the world's first artists?