How did the dinosaurs become so diverse?
The team concluded that the extinct Pikaia gracilens is the most primitive known member of the chordate family.
Spinosaurus aegyptiacus enjoyed surf with its turf since a new study has found this dino was a skillful swimmer that ate sharks and other...
Paleontologists, scientists and other researchers have collected enough samples over the years to form some pretty solid theories about what kinds of creatures used to roam this earth.
To date, paleontologists have named nearly a thousand dinosaurs, but only a handful stand out from the rest—not for size, or for viciousness, but for sheer weirdness.
Paleontologists Once Thought Stegosaurus Had a Brain in its Butt.
Dinosaurs are often said to have “ruled” the earth throughout their tenure upon it. Yet, as we’ll see, the boxy-headed Herrerasaurus hailed...
Perhaps more than any other dinosaur, Iguanodon reveals how dramatically our perception of these amazing creatures has evolved—while reminding...
During the Jurassic Park-crazed early ‘90s, Utahraptor became a media darling. Now, more than 20 years later, some great new finds just might push this predator back into the limelight.