A fossil penguin wing found in Antarctica has broader implications for what dinosaurs looked like
Smell was certainly an important part of dinosaur life. What do we know about it?
Birds are living dinosaurs, but can they help us understand how their extinct relatives moved?
Fossils found in the Gobi Desert reveal an unusual herbivore.
Counter to expectations, an apparent drop in dinosaur diversity at the end of the Cretaceous indicates there are many species yet to be found
The skeleton of a new carnivorous dinosaur bears damage caused by seagoing invertebrates
A new study proposes that all dinosaurs shared a basic lung anatomy which may have given them an evolutionary edge
A new analysis asks whether eating plants or different ways of breathing influenced the shape of dinosaur hips
Trackways from China throw further support to the idea that Velociraptor-like dinosaurs were sometimes social
A dinosaur's rib shows evidence of a traumatic encounter with a carnivore
A damaged bone at Dinosaur National Monument reveals the feeding habits of a Jurassic carnivore
A new study asks why some dinosaurs wore such different arrangements of horns
A newly named armored dinosaur is among the earliest with a tail club
"Bloat and float" leads armored dinosaurs to wind up in unusual places
Hard-shelled animals with impressive tail clubs have evolved multiple times. A new study investigates why
A dinosaur from Egypt helps make sense of global patterns among long-necked herbivores
Utah is famous for its Jurassic and Cretaceous dinosaurs, but the Triassic species remain elusive
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Fossil poop reveals a surprise about dinosaur diets
Overlooked bones reveal a new dinosaur species.