New technology makes it easier than ever to clear up the misidentifications of the past—of which there are many.
Time to update our image of the dinosaur with a giant tongue protruding from its terrifying jaws. That tongue was stuck to its mouth.
Cataclysmic events led to both the eventual boom and then bust of dinosaurs.
Jack Horner, the film's consulting paleontologist, kept the velociraptors from having (incorrect) forked tongues, but he couldn't stop T. rex from running.
Despite waves of destruction and disruption triggered by the impact, marine life just above the crater bounced back within a few years.
It is one of the most preserved and complete juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons ever found.
With a new find in Egypt, paleontologists move closer to solving a prehistoric puzzle.
Here are the 15 most intriguing finds of the year.
The oddball dino had a swan-like neck, duck lips, crocodile teeth—and killer claws.