Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez recently imposed a 15-day state of alarm that restricted free movement in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19, which has spread rapidly in the country.
Scientists calculated the number of days in a year—70 million years ago—by counting rings in an ancient mollusk fossil.
Information stored by a geologist's daughter contained data that helped determine the makers of a series of dinosaur tracks found on a cave ceiling in Australia.
New research adds more weight to the theory that the asteroid caused dinosaur extinction.
The species was an apex predator that could reach about 7.6 meters in length and lived between 66 and 70 million years ago.
The discovery is based on remains found in the Khok Kruat geologic formation in Khorat, in central Thailand.
The pterosaur fossil is most closely associated with species from the other side of the world, suggesting these creatures could circumnavigate the globe.
A study has reconstructed the immediate aftermath of the asteroid 66 million years ago to learn more about the impact of the momentous event.
The pterosaur, discovered in Alberta, Canada, had a wingspan of up to 32 feet.
The lizard has been named after a Vedic god that was swallowed whole by a dragon during a battle.
New species named Fostoria dhimbangunmal discovered in collection of 100 million-year-old fossils.
The species was identified from fossilized jaws dating back 125 million years.
Data from Cassini's "death dive" reveals Saturn's rings could be just 10 million years old.
The research could help scientists understand natural disasters like landslides.
The new species is a relative of the brontosaurus but existed far earlier, right at the dawn of the Jurassic era.
New Dinosaur Chicken skins and Raptor Mounts have been found in the code the third "Realm Royale" patch. Will the Battle Pass be dinosaur themed?
Tiny fish remains were time capsules of climate change.
Early dinosaurs were at the mercy of weather patterns unfolding across the supercontinent Pangaea.
"The more we look on the Isle of Skye, the more dinosaur footprints we find."
"This is a one in 100 million specimen," a University of Kansas fossil expert said.