Latest Evolution of dinosaurs Stories
A team of researchers led by Jahan Ramezani of MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences has discovered evidence that dinosaurs lived in North America millions of years earlier than previously suggested.
A recent study describes a new dinosaur called Albertadromeus syntarsus – the smallest plant-eating dinosaur species known from Canada – and sheds light on its ancient ecosyste.
Some of the earliest known dinosaurs to have walked the planet were considered to be small dinosaurs like the swift-footed Eoraptor. But researchers have discovered a new dinosaur that may be even older.
One of the most complete dinosaur fossils ever discovered suggests that feathered dinosaurs were more prevalent than previously thought and could have been the norm, not the exception.
Forget about the dinosaurs you know– prepare for a whole new breed of beast! On June 23, 2012, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) launches the world premiere of Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana, presented by Raymond James Ltd., one of North America’s leading full-service investment dealers. In this original exhibition curated, designed, and produced by the ROM, some of the largest and most unusual dinosaurs from the Southern hemisphere make their first stop in Toronto before embarking...
The stubby arms of Tyrannosaurus rex obviously weren't designed for hand-to-hand combat.
An asteroid impact may have ended the reign of the dinosaurs here on Earth about 65 million years ago, but new evidence suggests many of the large, plant-eating dinosaurs were already dying out during the last 12 million years of the Cretaceous period.
A team of researchers at the University of Bristol decided to find out, with investigations of dinosaur and human evolution.
Paleontologists have discovered a dinosaur-like animal that lived 10 million years earlier than the oldest known dinosaurs.
A team of paleontologists has unearthed a previously unknown meat-eating dinosaur from a fossil bone bed in northern New Mexico.
Psittacosaurus, meaning “parrot lizard,” is a genus of ceratopsian dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous Period of what is now Asia (130 to 100 million years ago). It is the most species-rich dinosaur genus with nine to eleven recognized species from fossils found in different regions of modern-day China, Mongolia and Russia. There is also a possible species from Thailand. Psittacosaurus was named by Henry Fairfield Osborn, paleontologist and president of the American Museum of Natural...
Scutellosaurus, meaning "little-shielded lizard," is a genus of herbivorous dinosaur from the Early Jurassic Period of what is now North America (200 to 196 million years ago). It is classified in the sub-order Thyreophora, which include armored dinosaurs. Its closest relative may have been Scelidosaurus, which, unlike the bipedal Scutellosaurus, was mainly quadrupedal. It was one of earliest representatives of Thyreophora. Fossil evidence includes two partial skeletons recovered from...
- totally perplexed and mixed up.