Not only did ankylosaurs like "Zuul" use their tails as weapons against potential predators, but they also used them to battle their peers.
Ancient mammals were better adapted than nonavian dinosaurs to survive the Chicxulub asteroid impact.
Scientists recently discovered the first non-avian theropod dinosaur with a streamlined body similar to that of penguins, auks and other modern diving birds.
The new "dwarf dinosaur" species lends more evidence to the "island rule," which posits that animals evolving on islands become smaller than their mainland counterparts.
Paleontologists in China have examined the remarkable gut remnants of a birdlike dinosaur that lived more than 100 million years ago.
The auction house Christie's has called off the upcoming auction of a T. rex skeleton, known as Shen, after experts noticed it looked suspiciously similar to another famous T. rex specimen, Stan.
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Juvenile duck-billed dinosaurs likely hung out in cliques, away from their original herd, an analysis of two bonebeds reveals.
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