From Philly to Ontario to western Kansas, Corythosaurus appears in dozens of museums across North America.
Tyrannosauroids lived on the Laurasian supercontinent beginning in the Jurassic Period.
T. rex may have had lips. Yes, you read that right. Lips.
This list is just a small selection of monstrous or weird-looking creatures from ancient times, most of which are little known to the public.
Fortunately there are already plenty of museums worldwide that (safely) bring humans face to face with dinosaurs — and not always just their skeletons.
T. rex doesn't really need an introduction, but let's provide one anyway. This "tyrant lizard king" was one of the most fearsome killing...
Prehistory had no shortage of terrifying monsters, with everything from the more well-known Raptors and Rexes to super rats and three-eyed shrimp.
The richness of paleontological sites in Neuquén province turns it into “the center of paleontology”.
“Sue” is the nickname given to FMNH PR 2081, which is the largest, most extensive and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimen ever found...