The creature is believed to be a type of pliosaur — fearsome predators that had huge skulls, giant teeth and a bite force more powerful than that of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Ancient mammals known as 'thunder beasts' grew 1,000 times bigger just 16 million years after the dino-killing asteroid struck.
Here’s how to watch Prehistoric Planet, including the upcoming season 2, as well as everything you need to know about Apple TV+’s hit documentary series.
Fossils found in Germany's Posidonia Shale don't get their gleam from fool's gold after all.
An analysis of ancient mammoth tusks has revealed that they underwent musth just like modern elephants do.
Researchers have been debating the Tully monster's evolution since the creature was discovered in the 1950s.
Paleontologists in Wyoming have discovered a new genus and species of rhynchosaur, an herbivorous reptile related to modern crocodiles.
Global temperatures did not plummet in the aftermath of the asteroid impact that caused the demise of the dinosaurs, a new study suggests.
The new episodes, which will be available to watch from May 22, 2023, will transport viewers back to the age of dinosaurs with stunning visual effects.
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