Paleontologists have identified a new species of medium-sized titanosaur using fossilized bone fragments found in western Queensland, Australia in 2005.
Unusual fossil tracks found in northern China have baffled scientists for years because they suggest that these very large four-legged dinosaurs called Sauropods might have been able to walk on two feet. The debate has raged on for years in scientific circles but now it seems to be settled.
The UK's oldest sauropod dinosaur was recently discovered, oddly, when a fossil bone fell from a cliff face on the Yorkshire coast, according to a new study.
A new study suggests that the biggest dinosaurs had relatively smaller brains.