The world's northernmost dinosaur has just been found in Alaska, where the dino likely experienced snow and months without sunshine.
The 22-foot, 110-million-year-old creature dates back to the Cretaceous Period.
A larger mouth can improve feasting, as demonstrated by a newly identified prehistoric shark that could take in enormous quantities of food.
The tracks are helping researchers understand what types of dinosaurs lived in what is now modern-day northern Germany.
The find is a skull fragment with an unusually large structure in the forebrain called the olfactory bulb, suggesting the dinosaur had a sharp sense of smell.
Nessie is a giant catfish, says a man who has hunted it for 24 years, though he hopes it's something more exciting.
Super shark Megalodon has a new claim to fame: its teeth were largely comprised of ultra-strong fluoride.
'Jurassic Park' got it all wrong when depicting Velociraptor, suggests a newly identified, closely related dinosaur.
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