Prehistoric terror birds looked ferocious, but they likely spent most of their days feasting on plants. Continue reading →
The massive, winged reptiles, pterosaurs, swarmed over Cretaceous England some 110 million years ago, fossils suggest. Continue reading →
The earliest known cousin of Triceratops was Judiceratops, a newly identified dinosaur that sported a hoodie-like growth on the back of its head. Continue reading →
A new meat-loving dinosaur, "Lonely Small Bandit," fills a gap in Madagascar's dinosaur records. ->
Scientists have revived the genome of an extinct Australian frog that gave birth through its mouth. ->
Plant and animal matter is retrieved from the 350-million-year-old remains of aquatic sea creatures. ->
The active search for the long-lost bird of science and myth -- the ivory-billed woodpecker -- is officially ending. At least it is for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. "The preliminary conclusion we've come up with at this point is that it's unlikely that there are recoverable populations of ivory-...
Aircraft designers are finding the beauty of a crest is matched with aerodynamic ability.
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