Los Angeles construction workers have discovered that their site can double as an archeological dig after they found numerous precious fossils while preparing to carve out a new subway tunnel.
A number of marine fossils have been found in the area near the famous La Brea Tar Pits. In just the pre-construction phase scientists have found numerous small fossils as they dug 70 feet into the earth.
"We expect that we're going to find large deposits of late Ice Age vertebrate remains, so across the street at La Brea Tar Pits we have hundreds of thousands of fossils and we find the remains of saber-tooth cats, dire wolves, horses, bears," paleontologist Aisling Farrell told ABC News affiliate KABC-TV.
Selena Gomez Pops Up in Justin Bieber's Instagram Feed
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images
On-again, off-again love birds Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez may still have a spark between them after all.
The pair hasn't been together for months, but Bieber posted a photo this weekend of Gomez on the red carpet of an Oscars party with the caption "Most elegant princess in the world."
Will it be enough to win Gomez back?
Lindsay Lohan Scolded by Oprah Winfrey
Aaron Davidson/GC Images/Getty Images
Doesn't Lindsay Lohan know that you never want to get Oprah Winfrey angry?
In a trailer released this week for the OWN docu-series "Lindsay," Winfrey can be seen telling Lohan to "cut the bulls***" and get serious with her life and the filming of the documentary. Lohan can be seen crying about paparazzi and arguing with her father, Michael Lohan, in the trailer.
Dove's Armpit of America Campaign Enrages New Jerseyans
Don't mess with Jersey.
That's the lesson learned by Dove after it launched a new ad campaign calling New Jersey the "armpit of America."
Unilever announced it will drop the campaign after outraged Jersey residents complained on the company's Facebook page and in news reports about a billboard that read, "Dear New Jersey, when people call you 'The Armpit of America,' take it as a compliment. Sincerely, Dove.'"
Join the Discussion
You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. Please click here to upgrade your browser in order to comment.