Scientists piece together what dinosaur DNA may have looked like by borrowing from modern-day dino relatives such as birds and turtles. What they find is startlingly familiar, reinforcing the idea that birds are actually dinosaurs.
The first giants have been unearthed. Scientists discover a new super-sized dinosaur species that walked the Earth millions of years earlier than other massive dinos.
The skeleton of a rare and new dinosaur species, estimated to be 150 million years old, was just sold to an anonymous art collector. The skeleton fetched for a hefty price of $2 million — but scientists aren't happy about it.
Most birds were killed off following the fifth mass extinction event that destroyed most of life on Earth 66 million years ago. Fortunately, ground-dwellers survived and eventually became the ancestors of all modern birds today.
Two hundred million years ago, dinosaurs walked across the expanse of land that is now Utah. Today, the final traces of them are still in Red Fleet State Park, but unknowing tourists have been damaging the fossils irreperably.
Had the extinction-level asteroid struck the planet in a different time and location, the outcome may have been different. If it landed in the ocean, dinosaurs could have survived.
A fossilized dinosaur egg discovered in China was recently identified as a new dinosaur species. Baby Louie is currently in China and might still undergo further analysis.
An impressively well-preserved fossil turned out to be the ancient twin of Ghostbusters villain.
An African T. rex with tiny arms and a giant chicken with teeth are among the newly discovered dinosaurs.
Find out more about the fossilized eggs from the Cretaceous period.
Part of what made this newly discovered dinosaur an effective hunter is its ultra-sensitive snout.
With this discovery of an unprecedented variety of dinosaur tracks, scientists are dubbing this coastline as the country’s Jurassic Park.
Not only have dinosaur categories been completely overhauled, but they also might have been British.
Arsia Mons met its end in the same era dinosaurs ceased to walk the Earth.