Exploring Prehistoric Life
The ‘Ichthyosaurus Communis’ lived in Belgium, England, Germany, Switzerland and Indonesia
If the Triceratops discovered at a Thornton construction site officially has you super stoked about dinosaurs, then you can get more of a fix via...
After its discovery in the mid-1990s, the Ichthyosaurus or “sea dragon” fossil is making headlines once more due to a surprising discovery: it was pregnant.
The fossil belongs to a new species of lobe-finned fish, named Hongyu chowi. It was about 1.5 metres long, and lived 370 to 360 million years ago.
Plesiosaurs are a group of extinct marine reptiles that roamed the vast seas of the...
Sometimes body armor just isn’t enough. A car-sized dinosaur covered in bony plates may have sported camo, too, a new study finds.
Trilobites are a group of extinct marine arthropods that form the class Trilobita.
According to a new study, bird biodiversity benefited from the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs approximately 66 million...
Scientists have revealed how an asexual worm that lived 18 million years ago has been cloning itself without sexual reproduction – solving a longstanding mystery.
Bird skulls and brains look like those of young dinosaurs, providing clues to their unique evolution and modern success.