The famous, long-extinct Brontosaurus may make a comeback - or, at least its name will, according to a new study.
A new moth species, Aenigmatinea glatzella, recently discovered in Australia is what scientists are calling a "living dinosaur," because its prehistoric roots can provide insight into the evolution of these insects, according to new research.
Usually you never ask a woman her weight, but in this case scientists had to make an exception. A famous Stegosaurus stenops named Sophie at the Natural History Museum of London was recently weighed in at nearly a staggering 3,500 pounds, based a new method that not only is revealing more about this particular dinosaur species, but could also shed light on other dinosaurs as well.
After discovering two large, powerful dinosaur arms in Mongolia nearly 50 years ago, scientists have solved a longstanding mystery, with an unexpected twist. These behemoth arms don't belong to some fearsome prehistoric beast, but to the weirdest dinosaur ever.
A newly discovered dinosaur once boasted a very impressive shnoz, but scientists are still trying to figure out the purpose of this distinctive nasal profile, according to a new study.
A newly discovered non-avian, four-winged dinosaur was an expert flier, according to scientists.
A museum dedicated to showing off evidence supporting Creationism is unveiling an unusual new exhibit this Memorial Day weekend - a 30-foot long 10-foot high dinosaur skeleton. The perfectly preserved Allosaurus skeleton, the museum claims, is evidence that Noah's flood actually happened.
Scientists claim to have unearthed fossils in Argentina belonging to the largest dinosaur ever to walk the Earth.
Researchers have now found fossil remains of the largest carnivore dinosaur to roam Europe. The dinosaur- Torvosaurus gurneyi- was from late Jurassic and was 33 feet long with razor-sharp teeth.
Yes, you read it right. The skeleton of a stolen 70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus bataar was returned Monday to its homeland in Mongolia.
A new study suggests that the biggest dinosaurs had relatively smaller brains.
The massive asteroid collision that is thought to have killed dinosaurs 65 million years ago also destroyed the majority of snake and lizard species.