A museum, Disney, and McDonalds walk into an auction to buy a dinosaur. What happens next? Read about Sue, the world’s most complete Tyrannosaurus to find out.
Articles that discuss the Mesozoic Era, specifically those pertaining to the dinosaurs.
On March 26th, I released an article that discussed the discovery of Oculudentavis, an incredible fossil skull that is preserved in amber. At the time of writing, Oculudentavis was widely considered to be the skull of a dinosaur, thus making it the smallest dinosaur species known and an incredibly significant species in understanding the evolution […]
With the discovery of a fossil tail, the mythic Spinosaurus has become cemented as a semi-aquatic theropod. An article discussing the biggest find of 2020 paleontology.
We all like to think that dinosaurs lived in warm climates, but this was not always the case. Discoveries from both the Arctic and Antarctica have revealed that dinosaurs were more adaptable than what could previously be imagined.
With two-meter long claws, it would be fair to assume that Therizinosaurus was a deadly predator. But was this really the case?
Borealopelta: The World’s Best Fossil!
Looking into the eyes of a dinosaur can be a spiritual experience, especially when that dinosaur stares right back. An examination of Borealopelta, the most well preserved dinosaur in the world.
A Dinosaur Skull in Amber? Maybe Not
On March 11th 2020, paleontologists announced a fossil dinosaur skull preserved in amber. But was this fossil a dinosaur, or something else entirely?
Every now and then, a new discovery will change the way we think of dinosaurs. Kulindadromeus, a small feathered ornithischian from Russia, is one such example.
Dinosaurs took many strange shapes and sizes, though the ankylosaur Liaoningosaurus may just push this to the extreme.
Isolation produces strange results. Look no further than Carnotaurus, a dinosaur so outlandish that it hardly seems real.