A new study of Sarahsaurus revises what paleontologists thought about how long-necked herbivores showed up in North America
A new study highlights a communication breakdown in sciences concerned with ice age extinction
A reassessment of ancient bones has revealed a new identity for the largest bird to walk the Earth
Five-toed tracks found in Argentina revise what paleontologists thought about a strange group of animals called dicynodonts.
Bitten bones offer insights into the feeding behavior of large megatooth sharks
Fossil teeth of marine reptiles reveal a connection between ancient oceans and our own
An exceptional skeleton offers new clues about how plesiosaurs moved their necks.
This famous dinosaur wasn't very skilled in the water, after all
Carcharodontosaurs were the world's most impressive carnivores before the big tyrannosaur takeover.
A new study changes our understanding of how ancient forest collapse changed the course of life on Earth
A new study estimates how much vegetation was needed to keep giant dinosaurs fed
If you could travel back to the time of the Morrison Formation, these are the dinosaurs you'd see
Despite almost two centuries of study, we're still just getting to know these flying reptiles
Fossils found in Wyoming help refine our understanding of when early primates switched claws for nails
Trackways from China throw further support to the idea that Velociraptor-like dinosaurs were sometimes social
Despite their diversity in size and shape, most dinosaurs probably had very similar tongues
An exceptionally preserved fossil lizard is named after one of southern Italy's wines
Big or small, the teeth or carnivorous dinosaurs were adapted to a particular method of shredding flesh
A mammal from the age of dinosaurs is named after one of David Bowie's personas.
A fossil beetle enclosed in amber carries an unusual name