A new long-necked dinosaur discovered in China is forcing scientists to rethink sauropod evolution.
In fact, all ankylosaurs were!
Put that tongue back in, Jurassic Park!
We don’t know much about how life bounces back after such a dramatic event.
Talk about ancient dandruff.
Ignorance at its finest.
Not all dino teeth are made the same…
The fossil found on a UK beach used to belong to an ancient behemoth.
These tracks lead to a different world.
It’s always about sex, isn’t it?
It was a devastating one-two punch.
The tracks were made over 100 million years ago.
This isn’t the last piece of the puzzle — in fact, it’s the very first.
New technology, meet old fossils.
They say don’t put your eggs in one basket, but what about putting your eggs in the same bedrock?
The 150-million-year-old dinosaur tracks are excellently preserved.
The extinction event that wiped out the dinosaurs left many empty niches for the mammals’ taking.
T. Rex’s forearms don’t look that clumsy anymore.
Earth’s average surface air temperature droppped by as much as a staggering 26 degrees Celsius.
It was quite the rascal.