Find out more about the fossilized eggs from the Cretaceous period.
Paleontologists discovered a fossilized remain of a 15-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex that lived about 66 million years ago.
A new fossil fish found among a collection displayed at Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas, boasted some interesting characteristics, including a rotund tuna-like body and "hook-shaped sail" on its back.
Rare fossils recently found in Idaho represent at least three new small to mid-sized species of theropod, which is the group of carnivorous dinosaurs that includes the Tyrannosaurus rex.
Ants experienced life in groups, and fought wars against termites and one another, long before humans engaged in war and socialization themselves.
Researchers recently unearthed two new plankton-eating fossil fish species, of the genus called Rhinconichthys. This discovery triples the number of known species.
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.
A newly discovered pig-snouted turtle, Arvinachelys golden, may help researchers fill in the gaps of turtle evolution.
Dinosaur extinction was caused by an asteroid impact 66 million years ago that also triggered a series of volcanic eruptions, say researchers from the University of California Berkeley.
Researchers recently found well-preserved sea turtle fossils in Colombia. They determined that these remains are 25 million years older than the previously known oldest sea turtle fossils.
Jutting out of rock in a hiking area of Alaska's Talkeetna Mountains were the bones of an ancient, long-necked swimmer. A fossil-finder recently ran across them.
A new, near-complete fossil of a velociraptor relative tells a lot about film dinosaurs versus the very large banty-rooster truth.
Meat-eaters and plant-eaters roamed the Kamitaki region in Japan's Hyogo prefecture, dinosaur eggs indicate.
With climate change already impacting various parts of the world, scientists have started looking into Earth's past in order to better predict how it will affect our future. To add to growing evidence, a new study has found that ice sheet collapse 135 million years ago triggered events of strong global climate change.