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The first Jurassic Park was off the hook. Speaking of which, here are 10 things you mig...
Plesiosaurs were especially effective swimmers. These long extinct “paddle saurians” propelled themselves through the oceans by employing “underwater flight”—simila...
AN extinct marsupial “tiger” is to be brought back into existence by an Australian scientists who successfully mapped its genetic sequence.
Hold on to your butts because it sounds like Jeff Goldblum may not be the only original cast member returning for...
Author, paleo-artist and natural history illustrator Mohammad Haqqani won the second prize at the 9th International Scientific Dinosaur Illustration Contest, held in Castile and Leon, Spain.
Over 100 million years ago, beach-bound dinosaurs left their permanent marks on San Antonio’s landscape.
Paleontologists have found entombed in amber a 99-million-year-old tick grasping the feather of a dinosaur, providing the first direct evidence that the tiny pests drank dinosaur blood.
For decades, paleontologists have puzzled over the microscopic fossils of Pseudooides, which are smaller than sand grains.
The 57 million-year-old fossil is both fearsome and comical: a long-beaked penguin that stood 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighed about 220 pounds.