Bats are an iconic staple of horror tropes. But did these menacing animals have dinosaur equivalents? And did these animals drink blood too?
In 1999, a small bird fossil is hailed by National Geographic as the link between dinosaurs and birds. If this was the case, then why is it never spoken of? Read about the archaeoraptor conundrum to find out.
During the late Cretaceous period, a giant Alligator ran roughshod over the dinosaurs of southern America. Read about the terror of the Cretaceous lagoon, Deinosuchus.
With two-meter long claws, it would be fair to assume that Therizinosaurus was a deadly predator. But was this really the case?
In 2006, my grandfather recorded Prehistoric Park on VCR. I still watch it to this day. A review of my favourite docuseries, BBC’s Prehistoric Park.
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.