The asteroid that allegedly hit the Earth and killed all dinosaurs did not actually wipe out all life on Earth. In fact, it may have been one of the reasons why life was restored. There had been reports that life re-emerged exactly where the asteroid hit Earth.
One recent interesting find by scientists and archaeologists is the possibility that ancient rats, or marsupials, have lived at the same time as dinosaurs. What makes it more interesting is that the rats, creatures significantly smaller than dinosaurs, may have eaten the said reptiles.
Researchers are trying to prove if the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs punched a hole on the Earth's crust.
The powerful asteroid that wiped off the dinosaurs on Earth 66 millions years ago caused the planet's surface to vaporize and act like a liquid, a new study reveals.
Itching to meet a T-rex face-to-face? It could become a reality as dinosaurs are set to come to life in Japan.
Paleontologists have identified a new species of medium-sized titanosaur using fossilized bone fragments found in western Queensland, Australia in 2005.
Researchers have discovered a new species of ancient reptile that closely resembled the skull and brain structure of Pachycephalosaur dinosaur.
The fossil of an adorable but strange bird-lizard from China, known as Psittacosaurus of "parrot lizard," could reveal clues of where dinosaurs lived before their extinction.
A beachgoer got the surprise of a lifetime after stumbling upon 130-million-year-old dinosaur footprints in Cable Beach, West Australia.
Paleontologists discovered an intact, well-preserved remain of a complete braincase belonging to a new species of flying dinosaurs.
Paleontologists discovered a fossilized remain of a 15-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex that lived about 66 million years ago.
The Burke Museum in Seattle has opened its doors to a rare discovery -- a T. rex fossil that's considered as one of the finest ones in the world.
A new bipedal dinosaur species called Gualicho shinyae has been discovered in Argentina. It features two short front limbs and a big body just like the T. rex.
A new study of more than 6,000 marine fossils from Antarctica reveals that the mass extinction event, which killed dinosaurs, was sudden and just as deadly to life in the polar regions.