Nothing bothers paleontologists more than calling pterosaurs dinosaurs. Why?
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?
Despite being a scientific field, paleontology often finds itself victim to clickbait of Gigantic proportions.
The Morrison Formation is the unofficial home for giant sauropods. But did they all live together? And if so, what happened to the poor plants?
Does the newest ankylosaurid stack up to its armoured relatives? Or is it the thorn in the side of the family?
Article #50! For such an occasion, I wanted to do something fun. Inside are 50 of my favourite facts about prehistory, spanning everything from Dino-bats to devil frogs.
Jurassic Park introduced the world to Dilophosaurus, a predatory dinosaur that could spit venom. But was it capable of this? And have any other dinosaurs been revealed as venomous?
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.
Have you ever seen something so strangely out of place that you end up questioning for hours how it ended up there? That’s how I felt seeing Ancient Aliens under non-fiction. But is it as horrendously inaccurate as you could possibly imagine?