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.
Paleontologists hope that this will inspire a new generation
The idea of a gentle giant is called into question.
It’s all about passing on your genes.
He was probably a gentle giant. Accent on giant.
Have a seat and grab some popcorn!
The dinosaur was given a rather unfair name, as it was almost certainly a peaceful vegetarian.
There’s a lot to be grateful for the first mammalian ancestors who evolved side-to-side chewing.
A remarkable ‘terrible-headed lizard’ fossil found in China shows an embryo inside the mother — a clear evidence that some dinosaurs were giving birth to live babies.
Finding fossilized remains of dinosaurs is one thing, but now, paleontologists have discovered proteins dating back to 195 million years ago.
Utilizing rigorous, state-of-the-art methods researchers have confirmed the presence of collagen in the fossil of an 80-million-year-old Brachylophosaurus.