This is the first time Candelarhynchus padillai has ever been seen in tropical South America.
This makes 11 total Archaeopteryx specimens.
The ancient marine mammal could help explain when North and South America first joined.
Ticks apparently sucked the fun out of dinosaur summers, too.
Russian researchers have found what they think is a spear made from a mammoth tusk lodged inside the ribs of mammoth remains.
Modern geese are terrifying enough as it is, but this ancient goose-like dino would have been even more of a nightmare.
This deposit contains more pterosaur eggs than all the other known egg finds combined.
The vegetarian dinosaurs had giraffe-like necks and bore a strong resemblance to a family in Europe.
An undergraduate student first spotted the tiny remains.
Steer clear of the short-arm jokes if you want to avoid their wrath.
Several extinct members of the giraffe family found in Madrid are shockingly weird-looking.
Scientists dig up twice as many male mammoths as females, but that doesn't mean their population was so skewed.
Five enormous neck bones held all the clues.
It hardly left a trace.
Australian researchers edge closer to understanding how whales lost their teeth to become the gentle giants we see today.
The apex predator probably couldn’t even walk very fast, forcing a rethink of the fearsome dinosaur’s hunting technique.