Dinosaurs – Species Encycolpedia
If you’ve seen a dinosaur skeleton in a museum in the past 20 years, chances are you’ve seen the work of Research Casting International, a company that builds exhibits for museums around the world, including the Royal Ontario Museum, in Toronto.
The fossil is believed to be the remains of a sauropod dinosaur, a member of the huge herbivorous species that lived on our planet millions of...
Imagine a crew of hungry toddlers and kindergartners with unrestricted access to the kitchen. Would they gorge themselves on candy, chips and ice cream?
A terrifying meat-eater gets a sweet origin story.
The Dynamoterror, a relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, lived millions of years before other known species of tyrannosaur.
Fossil of young long-necked dinosaur found—and nicknamed Andrew. The new fossil could reveal what life was like for juvenile giants.
By the time non-avian dinosaurs went extinct, plant-eating sauropods like the Brontosaurus had grown to gargantuan proportions. Weighing in as much as 100 tons, the...
Paige Williams's new book and 'Poached' by Rachel Love Nuwer are compelling works of nonfiction about the underworld of obsessive and morally ambiguous collectors.
At Wauconda Library's summer STEAM camp, a young patron wanted to know, "How many teeth do Yutyrannus have?"
Paleontologists have discovered what they say is a completely unexpected new sauropodomorph dinosaur that lived 200 million years ago (...