Dinosaurs would still be around today, and humans never would have emerged, if an asteroid hadn't struck Earth right when it did 66 million years ago.
A newly discovered dinosaur species offers hints that feathers were much more common among the ancient beasts than once thought.
Several parallel tyrannosaur tracks unearthed in Canada suggest the hungry beasts may have stuck together to better their odds of taking down prey.
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's actually a new non-avian dinosaur that resembled a jet and could fly with ease too.
More than 18 dinosaur skeletons illegally taken from Mongolia were formally returned to their homeland during a ceremony in New York last week, U.S. authorities announced.
'World-class' track site in Denali National Park shows that herds of duck-billed dinosaurs thrived under the midnight sun.
Good looks mattered to iconic early bird Archaeopteryx, which showed off colorful feathered 'trousers' 150 million years ago.
Thumb spikes, nose horns and tail clubs were just a few of the weapon-like structures dinosaurs evolved to fight epic battles.
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