The 210-million-year-old T. rex relative known as Smok wawelski had a habit of gnashing up animal bones (and swallowing its own teeth), a new study of poop fossil reveals.
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Ancient organs rarely fossilize, so paleontologists were stunned to find the incredibly well-preserved remains of a lung that belonged to bird from the dinosaur age, a new study finds.
A video surfaced recently of a group of Canada geese staring into the sky during a hailstorm. An expert told Live Science why they (and other birds) do this.
It's incredibly rare to catch a glimpse of an African flamingo on the Texas coast, but if you do, it's Flamingo No. 492.
Wildlife experts have partially solved a murder mystery regarding the deaths of 13 bald eagles, but they still don't know who did it.
When the baby bird invaded the telescope scientists scrambled to make sure it wouldn't damage sensitive optics (or hurt itself).
The world's oldest dandruff has been found in a feathered dinosaur fossil — and scientists are stoked.
The American West has long been as much of an idea and a dream as an actual place. And one of its stars is surely the turkey vulture. Here's a look at the majestic birds in all their glory.
About 127 million years ago, tiny birds the size of grasshoppers lived alongside some of the biggest animals to walk the Earth, including the long-necked sauropods, a new study finds.
Some say that eyes are the windows to the soul. But in some owls, the ears are windows to the animals' eyeballs.