A new meat-loving dinosaur, "Lonely Small Bandit," fills a gap in Madagascar's dinosaur records. ->
What appeared to be huge, dino-pestering fleas are more likely flies, says the team that discovered them. ->
Canada's latest coin seems like it's straight from the ThinkGeek product catalog. But we've checked, and it indeed is from the Mint. The Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai dinosaur coin is the first of a four-coin series featuring glow-in-the-dark prehistoric creatures. To unlock its photo-luminescence, pla...
Could there be a version of the Loch Ness Monster living in a Siberian Lake? Some think so.
The toothy beast was a marine crocodile that looked part shark and part sinister dolphin.
The amber-preserved fly and mite likely buzzed around dinosaurs -- but these specimens didn't bite them.
The 3-D images suggest that roaches haven't changed all that much over the years.
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