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Actually, a dinosaur does not eat Goldblum's brainy and brawny mathematician character, but chaos certainly reigns in the movie and its myriad sequels because of de-extinction.
If a new study is correct, Sue, the Field Museum’s iconic T. rex and one of the world’s great natural history artifacts, has been surpassed and Chicago will now...
It turns out that there is a real, psychological reason why children are so fanatical in their love of dinosaurs.
“Jurassic Park” scenario is not likely, but birds may pose key to appreciating extinct species.
Did you watch the 1993 movie blockbuster "Jurassic Park" and wonder, "Could this happen for real? Could the dinosaurs ever come back?"...
The late Cretaceous period, which ended 66 million years ago, was a rough-and-tumble time. Dinosaurs like...
A unique anatomical setup helped some herbivorous dinosaurs crunch through their Cretaceous world
New species get identified and named every year, even though you've probably never heard of them.
A study has now revealed that the daily activity of these insects modifies soil composition and therefore influences the results obtained in paleoclimatic studies. The researchers also found that the ants transport fossils.