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.
A collection of the latest headlines, species and research in the field of paleontology from March and April of 2020.
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.
In 1999, the BBC released one of the most commercially and critically successful dinosaur documentaries of all time. But has it stood the test of time? A review of the BBC classic Walking With Dinosaurs.
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?
Dino Docs: Prehistoric Park
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.
Edition 1, February 2020
A collection of the latest headlines, species and research in the field of paleontology from January and February of 2020.
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.