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New dinosaur from Mexico offers insights into ancient life on West America

A new species of dinosaur unearthed in Mexico is giving scientists fresh insights into the ancient history of western North... Read More

The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt

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The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt: The Astonishing and Unlikely True Story of One of the Twentieth Century’s Greatest Paleontological Discoveries

The Lost Dinosaurs of Egypt: The Astonishing and Unlikely True Story of One of the Twentieth Century's Greatest... Read More

Dinosaur Footprints Trek Across The Southwest

Salt Lake City, Utah -- The ghosts of dinosaurs still wander the vast openspaces of the American Southwest, as suggested... Read More

Discovering Dinosaurs: in the American Museum of Natural History by M. Norell

Discovering Dinosaurs: in the American Museum of Natural History   ... Read More

Texas State Dinosaur Facing Name Change: Case Of Mistaken Dino-identity

The official State Dinosaur of Texas is up for a new name, based on Southern Methodist University research that proved the... Read More

Researchers Uncover New Burrowing Dinosaur

An Emory University paleontologist, collaborating with colleagues from Montana State University and Japan, has uncovered... Read More

Toothy dinosaur newest to come out of southern Utah

SALT LAKE CITY -- The newest dinosaur species to emerge from Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument had some serious... Read More

Emory paleontologist reports discovery of carnivorous dinosaur tracks in Australia

The first fossil tracks belonging to large, carnivorous dinosaurs have been discovered in Victoria, Australia, by... Read More

The Evolution and Extinction of the Dinosaurs

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"Mummified" Dinosaur Discovered In Montana

By Hillary Mayell An onsite restoration drawing of how "Leonardo" may... Read More

Carnivorous Dinosaur Tracks Discovered In Australia

The first fossil tracks belonging to large, carnivorous dinosaurs have been discovered in Victoria, Australia, by... Read More

New Evidence From Dinosaur Footsteps Show Massive Herds Once Roamed Northern Alaska

Fairbanks, Alaska - A joint University of Alaska Fairbanks/Anchorage expedition team has discovered a significant variety... Read More

What Did Dinosaurs Hear?

What did dinosaurs hear? Probably a lot of low frequency sounds, like the heavy footsteps of another dinosaur, if University... Read More

Proteins could reveal new dinosaur secrets

Soft-tissue discovery opens a biochemical frontier for paleontologists By Alan Boyle ST. LOUIS - Someday, biochemists will... Read More

Dinosaur Fossil Found in Mammal’s Stomach

By Joseph B. Verrengia In China, scientists have identified the fossilized remains of a tiny dinosaur in the stomach of a... Read More

Definitive Evidence Found Of A Swimming Dinosaur

An extraordinary underwater trackway with 12 consecutive prints provides the most compelling evidence to-date that some... Read More

Dinosaur

A dinosaur pertains to any of the animals of the clade Dinosauria. This group of animals first appeared in the Triassic... Read More

Dinosaur Track Discovery In Australia

Fossil tracks belonging to large, carnivorous dinosaurs (Theropods) have been discovered near Inverloch by palaeontologists... Read More

How To Look At Dinosaur Tracks

A new study appearing in the May issue of The Journal of Geology provides fascinating insight into the factors geologists... Read More

Two dinosaurs from Africa give clues to continents’ split

    Globe shows the location of the discovery of Rugops primus in Niger as well as the... Read More

Diminishing Dinosaur Steps Saved By Laser And Laptop

Fading dinosaur tracks unearthed in a Spanish quarry have been digitally preserved by experts using the latest laser... Read More

Big dinosaurs ‘had warmer blood’

  T. rex was one of the dinosaurs the team examined The... Read More

Two Dinosaurs From Africa Give Clues To Continents’ Split

The fossil skull of a wrinkle-faced, meat-eating dinosaur whose cousins lived as far away as South America and India has... Read More

The Biggest Carnivore: Dinosaur History Rewritten

By Robin Lloyd The Age of Dinosaurs ended millions of years ago but paleontologists are still attempting to get a handle... Read More

Unexpected Finding: Some Dinosaurs Grew Slower In Hard Times

Palaeontologists from the University of Bonn report on an intriguing diagnosis in the 16 December issue of the journal... Read More

Dwarf Dinosaurs Discovered in Germany

By Nicholas Bakalar A fully grown and a young Europasaurus holgeri dinosaur are... Read More

Dinosaur Fossils Predict Body Temperatures

Dinosaur Fossils Predict Body Temperatures James F. Gillooly1*, Andrew P. Allen2, Eric L. Charnov3,4 1 Department of... Read More

Rare Footprints Of Infant Dinosaur Discovered

Researchers at the Morrison Natural History Museum have discovered two rare hatchling dinosaur footprints in the foothills... Read More

Rare Footprints Of Infant Dinosaur Discovered

Researchers at the Morrison Natural History Museum have discovered two rare hatchling dinosaur footprints in the foothills... Read More

Horns And Beaks: Ceratopsian And Ornithopod Dinosaurs

Horns And Beaks: Ceratopsian And Ornithopod Dinosaurs (Life of the Past)   ... Read More

Agonized Death Throes Probable Cause Of Open-mouthed, Head-back Pose Of Many Dinosaur Fossils

The peculiar pose of many fossilized dinosaurs, with wide-open mouth, head thrown back and recurved tail, likely results... Read More

A Brief History of Dinosaurs

A Brief History of Dinosaurs By Robin Lloyd Most people think of dinosaurs as big, ferocious and extinct reptiles. That's... Read More

Arctic Mystery No Longer: Dinosaurs Walked Canada’s Great North

Hans Larsson, a McGill University palaeontologist (located in Montreal, Canada), has found physical proof that Canada's... Read More

Paleontologists Establish First Age Distribution Of Non-avian Dinosaur Population

Paleontologists have uncovered the ages of a population of non-avian dinosaurs. (Credit: Zina Deretsky, National... Read More

Brain Structure Provides Key To Unraveling Function Of Bizarre Dinosaur Crests

October 16, 2008 — Paleontologists have long debated the function of the strange, bony crests on the heads of... Read More

Student identifies enormous new dinosaur

Remains of one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs ever found, recognized as new species by a student The remains of one of... Read More

Description of a sauropod dinosaur braincase (Titanosauridae) from the Late Cretaceous Rio Colorado Subgroup, Patagonia

Description of a sauropod dinosaur braincase (Titanosauridae) from the Late Cretaceous Rio Colorado Subgroup,... Read More

Dawn of the Dinosaurs: Life in the Triassic (Life of the Past)

Dawn of the Dinosaurs: Life in the Triassic (Life of the Past)      ... Read More

Dinosaurs In Bullet-proof Vests

Their armour was perfect; even their eyelids consisted of plates of bone. What are known as ankylosauruses are among the... Read More