A new species of plant-eating dinosaur with tiny, 1-inch-long jaws has come to light in South African rocks dating to the early dinosaur era, some 200 million years ago. This “punk-sized” herbivore is one of a menagerie of bizarre, tiny, … Continue reading →
By examining the type of rock in which dinosaur fossils were embedded, an often unappreciated part of the remains, scientists have determined that different species of North American dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous period 65 million years ago occupied different … Continue reading →
A new species of dinosaur discovered in Arizona suggests dinosaurs did not spread throughout the world by overpowering other species but by taking advantage of a natural catastrophe that wiped out their competitors.
COLUMBIA, Mo.– It might seem obvious that a dinosaur’s leg bone connects to the hip bone, but what came between the bones has been less obvious. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri and Ohio University have found that dinosaurs … Continue reading →
New Haven, Conn. — Paleontologists have discovered the oldest mammalian tooth marks yet on the bones of ancient animals, including several large dinosaurs. They report their findings in a paper published online June 16 in the journal Paleontology.
According to Yahoo News, A new dinosaur species has been unearthed in Argentina on the banks of Lake Barreales of Province Neuquen. The Species named ‘Futalognkosaurus’ in Mapuche Indian words means “Giant Chief”. The 105-foot (neck: 56 ft, tail 49 … Continue reading →