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Fri, 2018-10-26

At the end of a street of newly built high-rises in the northern Chinese city of Yanji stands an exposed cliff face, where paleontologists scrape away 100 million-year-old rock in search of prehistoric bones.

Thu, 2018-10-25

Sauropods are known for their characteristics like long neck, similarly long tails, thick bodies, and powerf...

Thu, 2018-10-25

Some 66 million years ago, an enormous asteroid struck Earth with the ferocity of millions of atomic bombs. Up to 10 miles wide, the space rock had a...

Thu, 2018-10-25

Steak knife-like teeth in the most complete Pachycephalosaurus jaw ever found look suspiciously like those of a carnivore....

Fri, 2018-10-26

A new species of Archaeopteryx, the famous “first bird”, has been identified. The discovery supports the idea that ...

Wed, 2018-10-24

About 48 million years ago, an owl swooped down to catch its prey, not by the light of the moon but in broad daylight.

Wed, 2018-10-24

Scientists have uncovered the skulls of 38 babies hidden in the ancient fossilized remains of an extinct mammal precursor—the only such fossils ever discovered.

Wed, 2018-10-24

Hatching dinosaur eggs, a smoking 8ft volcano and a crash-landed plane are just some of the obstacles players can negotiate at the £500,000 Jurassic-themed adventure golf course.

Thu, 2018-10-25

Many dinosaurs were swift and active animals, which is puzzling given that Earth’s atmosphere contained less oxygen than it does today when dinosaurs ruled. They may have thrived in the challenging conditions due to their efficient bir...

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