The headless dinosaur skeleton in Dinosaur Provincial Park in southern Alberta and the dinosaur skull stored in the university's Paleontology Museum actually belonged together.
With this discovery of an unprecedented variety of dinosaur tracks, scientists are dubbing this coastline as the country’s Jurassic Park.
Scientists uncover evidence of cannibalism in Mesolithic humans.
Not only have dinosaur categories been completely overhauled, but they also might have been British.
Four-winged dinosaurs are the closest thing to reality.
How could there be preserved tissue from millions of years ago?
Researchers have found evidence of the oldest red pigment in the feathers of a 130-million-year-old bird.
Paleontologists have identified a new species of medium-sized titanosaur using fossilized bone fragments found in western Queensland, Australia in 2005.
Fossils of 'sea dragons' are now housed in several musuems. Two of these fossils are "new" to Science, according to the paleontologists.
Researchers have discovered a new species of ancient reptile that closely resembled the skull and brain structure of Pachycephalosaur dinosaur.
Paleontologists discovered an intact, well-preserved remain of a complete braincase belonging to a new species of flying dinosaurs.
Paleontologists recovered fossils belonging to a tiny new species of marsupial lions named after Sir David Attenborough.
Paleontologists discovered a fossilized remain of a 15-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex that lived about 66 million years ago.
Well-preserved mosasaur fossils represent a new smallish marine reptile that used binocular vision to hunt at night.
A new species of toothy pterosaurs named Cimoliopterus dunni sheds light on the evolution of these flying reptiles. However, its closest relatives are from England, suggesting the prehistoric animals were able to "island hop" as the North Atlantic Ocean widened during the Cretaceous.