How close are we to becoming a T. Rex dinner?
It didn't take long for dinosaurs to take over, according to new research.
It's been 25 years since the release of "Jurassic Park," and our understanding of dinosaurs has evolved considerably. Paleontologists describe new discoveries and technology enabling a better understanding of dinosaurs since "Jurassic Park" came out in 1993.
The asteroid and its after-effects ushered in a great extinction event that wiped out some three quarters of all plant and animal life, including dinosaurs and most birds.
Tiny fish remains were time capsules of climate change.
Early dinosaurs were at the mercy of weather patterns unfolding across the supercontinent Pangaea.
The latest study provides rare evidence for the diet of dinosaurs.
"This is a one in 100 million specimen," a University of Kansas fossil expert said.
Scientists think the dinosaurs are showing off their genetic make-up.
The force of the impact may have triggered a surge in volcanic activity.
This makes 11 total Archaeopteryx specimens.
The palace is constructed from oolitic limestone, a material that contains 200-million-year-old microbes.
Park officials think someone who knew what the print was and how important it was to the scientific community purposely destroyed it.