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Sun, 2017-03-26

Dinosaurs were in decline for tens of millions of years before the Earth was struck by an asteroid, ending their dominion over the planet. What was killing off dinosaurs near the end of their reign?

Sun, 2017-03-26

Sometimes synapsids are called “mammal-like reptiles;” however, that is misleading because synapsids are not reptiles.

Sat, 2017-03-25

What do you do when you want to boost visitor attendance to your dinosaur-dominated, Jurassic World theme park?

Sat, 2017-03-25

Rugops is a genus of theropod dinosaur which inhabited what is now Africa approximately 95 million years ago (Cenomanian stage of the Late...

Fri, 2017-03-24

Keep your eyes peeled in “Jurassic World” for these eight hidden references to the 1993 first movie

Wed, 2017-03-22

Sarcosuchus is a genus of crocodyliform and distant relative of living crocodylians that lived 112 million years ago.

Wed, 2017-03-22

Deinocheirus is a genus of large ornithomimosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous around 70 million...

Tue, 2017-03-21

Maybe you think of “Jurassic Park” as the movie that surpassed “E.T.” to become the biggest Steven Spielberg fil...

Sat, 2017-03-18

Majungasaurus is a genus of abelisaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in Madagascar from 70 to 66 million years ago, at the end of the...

Tue, 2017-03-14

It’s easy to forget that dinosaurs were real animals. They were born (or hatched), grew from juveniles into adults, wandered around the landscape, ate, slept, pooped, and had sex (just like most of us).

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