Here's what we've learned about dinosaurs in 2021.
The discovery of a semitrailer-size ichthyosaur from the early Triassic shows that these reptiles got big really fast, evolutionarily speaking.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a massive "garbage dump" at the Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor that is brimming with ancient offerings to a fertility goddess.
A dinosaur egg laid 70 million years ago reveals that embryos got "into position" before hatching, just like modern bird do.
The Brazilian wandering spider, also called the banana spider, is one of the planet's most venomous spiders.
During the last ice age, five mammoths — a baby, two juveniles and two adults — died at a "graveyard" in what is now the United Kingdom.
Three gold tongues, belonging to a man, woman and child who lived in Egypt about 2,500 years ago, were found in two tombs.
A chemical analysis of a medieval man's remains from the Scottish Highlands reveals he wasn't a local.
Paleontologists in Chile have found the remains of an ankylosaur that represents a new dinosaur lineage.
A scientific illustrator has made a facial reconstruction of a powerful woman who lived during the Bronze Age in what is now Spain.
A new study claims that a fossil previously believed to be the first known four-legged snake is actually more lizard-like than serpentine.
A new analysis of two Triassic skulls found in Greenland reveals a new species of long-necked dinosaur.
"Gorgons" that lived during the Permian period bit each other on the face, the discovery of a bite mark on a skull reveals.
An ancient whale's flipper bone has bite marks on it, revealing that a shark tore into it about 15 million years ago.
Antarctica was warmer during the late Cretaceous period, a time when wildfire blazed through the region.