A detailed look at a modern bird's foot is revealing the secrets of dinosaur tracks set down more than 250 million years ago.
The artifact belongs to a new species within the 'bird-hipped' Ornithischian order, researchers said.
A trio of crocodile-like animals from Europe might have munched on dinosaurs and other impressively large prey during the Jurassic. Continue reading →
Titanosaurian remains are found on every continent but history outside of South America is less well known.
The newly discovered dino-era pterosaur looks to have been built for scooping up fish -- a lot of them. Continue reading →
Dreadnoughtus schrani measured over 83 feet long -- and was still growing at the time of its death.
Two of the earliest mammal groups of the period likely were discerning about the types of insects they ate.
Beast sported a bony crest on its head that looked like the wings of a butterfly, and had the wingspan needed to take flight at a very young age.
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