Dubbed morelladon, fossil remains of a medium-size dinosaur discovered near the town of Morella in Spain's Castellón province
New fossil dates show beasts arose from their ancestors in half the time researchers previously thought
A children's art-and-alphabet book is giving back to the field of research that inspired its creation.
Researchers made the discovery after noticing dinosaur footprints along the Isle of Skye's rocky coast—an area that was a lagoon during the Jurassic
The only thing more remarkable than the ascent of these amazing beasts is their downfall
In her new book Randall probes the connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena in our universe
Researchers built a physical model of the tail of the late Jurassic dinosaur Apatosaurus and found that its tail tip could have moved at supersonic speed to produce a whip-crack sound ...
Chipmunk-sized critter with hedgehog-like spines lived 125 million years ago, leaving behind complete skeleton and soft tissues
Hiding out in what is now New Mexico, beaver-like animal used specialized dentition to live on plants
Our September SciArt Blitz is bringing you new science-inspired art every day this month, and of course we always enjoy featuring work from the rich ecosystem of paleoartists. When Emily Willoughby returned to class in the past couple of weeks, she did want most visual thinkers do: she doodled in her notebook...
Real velociraptors hardly resembled the huge scaly lizards shown in Jurassic World
Modern birds appeared to emerge in a snap of evolutionary time. But new research illuminates the long series of evolutionary changes that made the transformation possible
Dinosaurs are as electrifying to the public as they have ever been, and the revival of the the Jurassic Park movies with director Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World is a lightning rod.&..
Researchers have found what appear to be collagen fibers and blood cells in unremarkable-looking fossils
Hint: it took chain saws, feathers and lots of latex, says vertebrate palaeontologist and evolutionary biologist Stephen Brusatte
Sometimes, the pathway to a new idea becoming universally accepted requires a steady stream of little nudges, small pebbles thrown into the lake.
A couple of weeks ago I hatched a plan to write about all the neat new dinosaur-themed studies that had just appeared in print; I began by penning my thoughts on the Brontosaurus issue.
A newly described tiny creature has forelimb bones thought to support aerofoil membranes
Recent fossil discoveries fill in long-standing holes in Tyrannosaurus rex’s family tree
Differences in the size and shape of tailbones offer a way to tell male and female fossils apart