Scientists have discovered the "beautifully preserved" bones of about 20 dodos at a dig site in Mauritius.Click here for the full article.
Little is known about the dodo, a famous flightless bird thought to have become extinct in the 17th century.
No complete skeleton has ever been found in Mauritius, and the last full set of bones was destroyed in a fire at a museum in Oxford, England, in 1755.
Researchers believe the bones are at least 2,000-years-old, and hope to learn more about how dodos lived.
Some other BBC articles on the dodo are:
Scientists pinpoint dodo's demise
Bringing the dodo back to life
DNA yields dodo family secrets