Some of the oldest dinosaurs didn't have hollow bones, suggesting that skeletal air sacs evolved independently in three lineages: long-necked sauropodomorphs, meat-eating theropods and pterosaurs.
Scientists have confirmed that Therizinosaurus, the scythe-clawed dinosaur from Jurassic World, couldn't have used its 'useless' gigantic claws to fight because they were too flimsy.
The discovery of a tightly packed nesting ground from the Cretaceous period in India suggests that titanosaurs laid eggs and left their offspring behind.
Unlike their portrayal in Jurassic Park, curved-clawed dinos may have used their sharp appendages to pin and grasp, not slash.
A previously unknown extinct tortoise was revealed in an investigation on these giants' evolutionary history.
A 120 million-year-old bird fossil from China has some rather unusual dinosaur-like features in its otherwise standard avian skeleton, including a weirdly T. rex-like skull.
Birdlike dinosaur "was not a picky eater," as evidenced by a rodent's foot found in its fossilized remains.
A female Tasmanian tiger that died in 1936, not a male named Benjamin, was actually the last surviving member of this extinct species. The female's remains had been hidden in museum storage.
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