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.
Scientists worked from three fossils to reconstruct the dinosaur's camouflage.
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.
Razanandrongobe sakalavae is the oldest and largest representative of Notosuchia—a type of crocodilian that lived millions of years ago.
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.
This huge animal likely fed on the soft-bodies of other invertebrates.
3-D scanners are now everywhere, from doctors' offices to clothing stores.
The film's dinosaurs look wrong, but the film's fun feels right.