Is there a dinosaur that somehow connects feuding 19th century paleontologists with cannibalism and creationist museums? Meet Allosaurus, the Jurassic’s most successful – and miscast – killer
Bats are an iconic staple of horror tropes. But did these menacing animals have dinosaur equivalents? And did these animals drink blood too?
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?
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?
Just how many dinosaurs have been named Megalosaurus? If you ask me, far too many.
While today we recognize fossils as the remains of extinct animals, our ancestors weren’t so observant. This led to a few… peculiar name choices, including that of the first known dinosaur fossil…
I held hope that Jurassic World would be the film to finally bring accuracy to mainstream dinosaur films. Were my expectations met, or completely destroyed? A review of Jurassic World.
Jurassic Park is far and away the most famous dinosaur movie made. But does its groundbreaking effects and storytelling hold up to the critique of science?
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.