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A fossil of a dinosaur, believed to be the biggest ever found in Thailand, has been discovered in the country’s northeastern regiony, said a senior government official on Thursday.
Ieldraan melkshamensis, is a member of Geosaurini, a sub-family of prehistoric crocodiles.
This year paleontological excavations are underway in Eastern Kazakhstan under the Modernization of Public Consciousness program.
The franchise fans may see their favourite Rexy in captivity through the upcoming Jurassic World sequel.
The ‘Ichthyosaurus Communis’ lived in Belgium, England, Germany, Switzerland and Indonesia
Velafrons is a genus of lambeosaurine hadrosaurid dinosaur from the...
If the Triceratops discovered at a Thornton construction site officially has you super stoked about dinosaurs, then y...
Following its 1993 release, Jurassic Park has since spawned three (soon to be five) sequels, the most...
Europeans have all the fun: lower drinking ages, funner beaches, easier lifestyles and… dinosaur skeletons having sex in their museums.
For millions of years, dinosaurs ruled the earth, striding the planet like the colossi they were.