Sometimes when a new dinosaur is discovered, the name makes total sense. Other times, paleontologists try their hardest to confuse everyone.
Bats are an iconic staple of horror tropes. But did these menacing animals have dinosaur equivalents? And did these animals drink blood too?
Does the newest ankylosaurid stack up to its armoured relatives? Or is it the thorn in the side of the family?
There are many questions in the world that may never be answered. What existed before the Big Bang? Is Bigfoot out there? What was the purpose of Stegosaurus’ plates? Were they for love, war, or maybe both?
Welcome to Max’s blogosaurus, the website unofficially dedicated to Spinosaurus! Especially when paleontologists talk about its ability to swim! Read about the latest update to Spinosaurus here.
A deposit of Spinosaurus teeth has been discovered in Morocco. What does this mean for the theory that Spinosaurus was aquatic? And will I have to write about Spinosaurus anytime soon?
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.
With two-meter long claws, it would be fair to assume that Therizinosaurus was a deadly predator. But was this really the case?
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.