The Field Museum in Chicago received the largest dinosaur ever discovered and debuting him on June 1st.
Art and science can seem like they are worlds apart, but in the work of palaeontologist Julian Hume, they are constantly colliding.
Paleontologists have unearthed the world’s oldest squamate fossil — 240-million-year-old specimen of a species called Megachirella wachtleri — from a site in the Dolomite Mountains, Italy.
An international research team led by scientists at University College Cork, Linyi University, and China’s Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology has found and analyzed dandruff fragments preserved amongst the plumage of C...
A research team with a Chicago connection has uncovered new evidence about the devastating impact of the dinosaur-...
A recent discovery of a 130-million-year-old fossilized skull in eastern Utah is shaking up what researchers know about evolutionary history.
THEY dominated the planet for around 150 million years but not before supervolcanoes scarred the planet leaving a Game of Thrones-style battle.
Long-extinct relatives of today's dogs and wolves may have used their powerful jaws to crush bones, and the proof is in the animals' fossilized poop.
Researchers have figured out how the genome of a dinosaur might have looked by studying turtles and birds.
Scientists have discovered fossilised dandruff on the skin of a feathered Microraptor.