Dinosaurs – Species Encycolpedia
These so-called lessemsaurids lived roughly 237 million to 201 million years ago in present-day Argentina, roughly 47 million years before...
They are the biggest animals to have walked the Earth, with some weighing as much as a Space Shuttle.
How much do you really know about this horned, frilled behemoth, other than that its plastic model looks cool posed next to your scale-model...
T. rex arms still had musculature, so they weren’t vestigial. Theories as to their use include holding the dinosaur steady...
A group of scientists led by a North Carolina paleontologist have uncovered a rare trove of dinosaur eggs from a species that does not even have a name yet.
The government minivan pulled up to the entrance of George Washington University, where hospital staff were waiting with two stretchers headed for a 9 a.m. appointment in radiology.
A fossil found on an island here two years ago was identified as from “one of the last dinosaurs” before their extinction 66 million years ago.
The scientists think the 50cm footprints belonged to a huge 10 metre beast that lived during the Cretaceous Period.
Scientists from China, United States and Australia have discovered over 300 dinosaur footprints in a village in Shandong Province in east China, providing the first evidence of social habits among one family of feathered dinosaurs.
When you think of dinosaurs, do you still imagine giant gray scaly beasts that went extinct? Get ready to have your mind blown.