The vegetarian dinosaurs had giraffe-like necks and bore a strong resemblance to a family in Europe.
You can thank the dinosaur extinction for our ability to brunch.
Five enormous neck bones held all the clues.
Scientists worked from three fossils to reconstruct the dinosaur's camouflage.
It hardly left a trace.
The strange mixture of features in Chilesaurus has perplexed scientists since its discovery was announced in 2015.
The apex predator probably couldn’t even walk very fast, forcing a rethink of the fearsome dinosaur’s hunting technique.
Razanandrongobe sakalavae is the oldest and largest representative of Notosuchia—a type of crocodilian that lived millions of years ago.
A spike in mercury from the eruptions was recorded in sediments found across four continents.
The ancient hatchling will shed light on the evolution of the toothed birds that lived alongside the dinosaurs.
The question of how so many dinosaurs ended up in the small Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry in America had baffled researchers for years.
The dinosaur's teeth could generate 431,000 pounds of force per square inch.
The four-legged creature from the Triassic period is the oldest species from the lineage that leads towards dinosaurs.
The footprints measure 1.7 meters—almost the size of an average American man.
Researchers described a benign tumor composed of miniature tooth-like structures.
Tatarstan’s archdiocese is republishing a series of articles on dinosaurs and dragons.
New research shows that two warming pulses in Earth’s ocean temperatures corresponded to the times of both the volcanic eruptions and the giant impact that wiped out dinosaurs.
Among the finds was an incredibly rare 70-million-year-old dinosaur skull.
Part of a jaw, found on a North Carolina farm, came from a 77-million-year-old dinosaur.