If you visit the Hall of Vertebrate Origins at the American Museum of Natural History, you'll find a mounted skeleton of Rutiodon carolinensis, a member of the superficially crocodile-like order Phytosauria.
A new study, led by scientists at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP) in Beijing, China, including University of Bristol PhD student Zhang Hanwen, examined the feeding habits of ancient elephant relatives that inhabited Central...
Many individuals are fascinated that dinosaurs truly roamed the earth as much as 100 million years in the past. These creatures had been larger than nearly something that exists immediately, have by no means been seen alive by man, and have given us clues into the...
They’re not recreating Jurassic Park, but students at Olathe North High School are getting some hands-on time with real dinosaur bones and other...
A species of fish that lived 350 million years ago has been discovered in Nova Scotia, casting new light on a little-understood time period.
Imagine a hummingbird sitting on a tiny nest filled with even teenier eggs. Adorable, right? Now picture a dinosaur the size of a fully grown hippopotamus settling onto its eggs—sounds like a recipe for a dinosaur omelet.
Here are a few of the best dig sites across the country that welcome newcomers who want to learn about paleontology.
AN ASTONISHING breakthrough has raised hopes that a real-life Ice Age Jurassic Park could be just around the corner.
A fossil tail was discovered by paleontologists, who believe it could be the missing link in the evolution of crocodiles.
Paleontologists have actually found a Jurassic fossil tail, which could be the missing out on web link in the family tree of crocodiles.