Dinosaurs – Species Encycolpedia

Tue, 2020-11-24

Scientifically named Niebla antiqua, the new dinosaur species lived approximately 69 million years ago, during the Late Cretaceous...

Wed, 2020-11-25

Global warming triggered the evolution of giant dinosaurs. An international team of paleontologists, including LMU Professor Oliver Rauhut, finds evidence of rapid climate change 180 million years ago as the cause of the spread of the well-known long-necked...

Thu, 2020-11-19

About 67 million years ago, two iconic dinosaurs, a Triceratops horridus and a...

Fri, 2020-11-06

The first fossils of a duckbilled dinosaur have been discovered in Africa, suggesting dinosaurs crossed hundreds of kilometres of open water to get there.

Fri, 2020-11-06

The newly-discovered dinosaur, dubbed Ajnabia odysseus, roamed our planet some 66 million years ago during the Maastrichtian age of the Late...

Wed, 2020-11-04

The first complete brain of an dinosaur has been unveiled by scientists. Weighing less than a pea, it belonged to a meat eater that walked the Earth 233 million years ago. Amazingly, the ferocious beast’s perfectly preserved skeleton included the braincase –...

Sat, 2020-10-24

I thought I would start off with a bang so we are going to take a look at the most badass predator of all time: Tyrannosaurus rex (or T. rex)!

Fri, 2020-10-23

The evidence has actually been in plain sight. The Psittacosaurus – a kind of early ...

Thu, 2020-10-22

What a new fossil tells us about dinosaurs, paleontology, and us.