Fierce 'Semiaquatic' Dinosaur May Have Been an Awkward Swimmer loading...
Fierce 'Semiaquatic' Dinosaur May Have Been an Awkward Swimmer
Despite its ties to the water, Spinosaurus may not have been built to dive after the fish it preyed on, a new study claims.
Mass Shark Extinction Triggered by Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid loading...
Mass Shark Extinction Triggered by Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid
By studying fossilized shark teeth, researchers have found that the same asteroid that killed the non-avian dinosaurs laid groundwork for today’s shark species.
'Amazing Dragon' Fossil Upends Origins of World's Largest Dinosaurs loading...
'Amazing Dragon' Fossil Upends Origins of World's Largest Dinosaurs
The find comes hot on the heels of another sauropod discovery that also tweaks theories about their evolution.
First Baby Snake From Dinosaur Era Found in Amber loading...
First Baby Snake From Dinosaur Era Found in Amber
The delicate fossil is also the oldest known snake that lived in a forested ecosystem.
Could Humans and Dinosaurs Coexist? Here's the Science loading...
Could Humans and Dinosaurs Coexist? Here's the Science
“The dinosaurs would be aliens in our world.”
Why Today is the Golden Age for Dinosaur Discoveries loading...
Why Today is the Golden Age for Dinosaur Discoveries
As more countries open their borders to paleontology, a new generation of dino hunters is uncovering almost one new species a week.
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National Geographic is peeling back the skin to go deep inside one of the Earth’s most mysterious creatures, combining biology with palaeontology to explore all its guts and glory. T-Rex Autopsy will literally go under the skin of a full-size T-Rex for the first time ever to reveal how the 65-million-year-old beast may have lived. The massive monster will be life- like inside and out, giving scientists the chance to touch it, smell it, scan it, X-ray it and cut it open from head to toe.

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