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?
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.
A reflection on the life of José Bonaparte, the man who changed South American paleontology.
Dinosaurs took many strange shapes and sizes, though the ankylosaur Liaoningosaurus may just push this to the extreme.
Isolation produces strange results. Look no further than Carnotaurus, a dinosaur so outlandish that it hardly seems real.
While Triceratops is the most recognizable Ceratopsian or “horned dinosaur,” it is far from the most unique. Read about the six ceratopsians I consider the strangest.
When the fossils of a small sauropod were discovered in 1976, they seemed to be nondescript. Little did the paleontologists know that they had unearthed the strangest sauropod to ever live.
Some places have an almost mythic feel to them. The Royal Tyrell Museum of paleontology just might be one of those places. A review of the legendary natural history museum