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A 99 million-year-old beetle trapped in amber offers scientists hints about how Earth’s landmasses were arranged long ago, according to a paper published in the Journal of Systematic Paleontology.
Sometimes hidden clues beneath our feet can reveal intriguing stories about the impacts of environmental change.
Forget dinosaurs, the kids are why these movies succeed or fail.
The country's first gallery on robotic dinosaurs was opened to the public at the Pushpa Gujral Science City, Kapurthala on October 27, 2018.
U of T researcher involved in study that uncovered rare diplodocid skull remains.
The Tyrannosaurus rex was a nightmarish lizard, a menacing meat-eater that chomped dow...
This is a modest list of the best paleo-documentaries ever made.
Some 310 million years ago, a reptile-like creature with an unusual gait roamed the sandy expanses of the Grand Canyon, leaving a trail of 28 footprints that can still be seen today.
Archaeopteryx was first described as the ‘missing link’ between reptiles and birds in 1861 — and is now regarded as the ...
It is hard to imagine billions of tonnes of rock suddenly start to splosh about like a liquid - but that is what happened when an asteroid struck...