DNews Dinosaur Videos
Mar 8, 2013
Can We Build a Real Jurassic Park?
It's the question on all our minds: WHEN IS JURASSIC PARK HAPPENING?! With all this talk of cloning extinct species and the upcoming 20th anniversary of Jurassic Park the movie, Anthony takes a look at one man's plan to build a real-life Jurassic ...
Top 3 Amazing Accidental Discoveries
Scientists come across what they think is the oldest dinosaur ever and it turns out it has been stuffed in a closet in a museum for decades! That made Trace wonder... what other amazing finds have people come across in years past? Watch and see!
Tiny T-Rex-Like Dino Debuts
A raptorex, a much smaller yet equally terrifying version of T-Rex, was uncovered in China. Dr. Paul Sereno, the lead researcher, talks about this discovery.
The Futurist: Retro-Engineering Dinos
Flip a genetic switch and turn a bird into a dino? Not quite, but not so far off either. James Williams gets the story from paleontologist Jack Horner.
Becoming a Dinosaur Mummy
Kasey-Dee Gardner uncovers the strange phenomenon of dinosaur mummification.
In The Field: Dino Base Camp
A lot can happen at the base camp of a dinosaur dig, including saving a bird's life. James Williams gets the scoop.
Analyzing Dinosaur Fossils
Kasey-Dee Gardner gets a behind-the-scenes look at how information is extracted from ancient fossils.
Dinosaur Mummy Has Skin, Guts
The most intact dinosaur mummy is about to be unveiled to the public. Discovery News' Kasey-Dee Gardner gets a sneak peek.
The Skinny On Dino Bling
Horns, spikes and plates got a lot of attention in the days of dinos. James Williams learns what all the fuss was about.
Dino Hunters Bask at Plush Dig Site
Eat your heart out , Shangri-La. If you're a dino digger, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, might just be paradise. James Williams finds out why.
The Skinny On Fossilized Dino Poop
Watch where you step! Prehistoric poop is easy to find if you know where to look. James Williams sniffs out the details on what it can tell us about who left it.
X-Ray Vision Shows Dino-Era Bugs
Using high energy X-rays, scientists have discovered fossilized bugs and dinosaur feathers in opaque amber from the Mid-Cretaceous era.
The Skinny on Digging For Dinos
Few things are as addictive as cutting through dirt hoping to unearth a fossil, as James Williams discovers.