A Cretaceous mantis fossil is helping scientists piece together how these insects evolved their prey-nabbing adaptations.
The body of a tiny chick in a piece of Burmese amber from the Cretaceous period was preserved in incredible detail.
Scientists recently found the most complete fossil to date of a type of bird from the Cretaceous, trapped in a piece of amber.
A newly identified, 130-million-year-old marine reptile was enormous, measuring the length of nearly three grand pianos lined up, but it wasn't a top marine predator, a new study finds.
Tyrannosaurus rex could gnash and chomp its teeth together with such force that it could easily pulverize the bones of its prey, a new study finds.
In 1992, a Chinese farmer discovered an extraordinary fossil: the embryo of a rare and giant bird-like dinosaur that lived 90 million years ago.
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