Explore Zoology, Dinosaurs and more!

The evolutionary history of maniraptoran dinosaurs was complex, perhaps messy. But all is not lost...     

The evolutionary history of maniraptoran dinosaurs was complex, perhaps messy.

A new technique — which can also be used for dinosaurs, one paleontologist said — led to the discovery of key proteins within the old feathers.

This ancient Chinese bird kept its feathers, and colors, for 130 million years

A new technique — which can also be used for dinosaurs, one paleontologist said — led to the discovery of key proteins within the old feathers.

Giant Jurassic fleas drank the blood of dinosaurs and pterosaurs. Fossils unearthed in China reveal that the insects were up to 10 times as large as modern fleas. // damn, nature. you scary.

Giant Jurassic fleas drank the blood of dinosaurs/ pterosaurs: fossils unearthed in China reveal that the insects were up to as large as modern fleas

Sauropods of the Morrison Formation by PaleoGuy on DeviantArt

I decided I needed to split the Morrison group sheet into two - there's just too many animals, and the proportions of the sauropods render the smallest . Sauropods of the Morrison Formation

Artist Victor Leshyk’s portrayal of the proto-feathered, Late Cretaceous dinosaur Nothronychus graffami dining upon mangroves

A “Walk on the Moon of Big Water” with Merle Graffam – Discoverer of the Utah dinosaur Nothronychus graffami

Escultura do Angaturama limai, dinossauro carnívoro de grande porte que viveu há 110 milhões de anos na Chapada do Araripe, no Ceará. A obra foi feita pelo paleoartista Orlando N. Grillo. Clique na imagem para ter mais informações sobre essa espécie. (fot

Escultura do Angaturama limai, dinossauro carnívoro de grande porte que viveu há 110 milhões de anos na Chapada do Araripe, no Ceará. A obra foi feita pelo paleoartista Orlando N. Grillo. Clique na imagem para ter mais informações sobre essa espécie. (fot

The well-known theory that an asteroid suddenly killed the dinosaurs is based almost entirely on fossils from North America. A new study shows that dinosaurs -- and other continental vertebrates -- remained diverse in Europe up until the asteroid impact, 66 million years ago. This is strong evidence that dinosaurs and many of their contemporaries went extinct rapidly and simultaneously all across the globe.

Dinosaurs wiped out rapidly in Europe 66 million years ago

When the asteroid hit 66 million years ago, dinosaurs in Europe died quickly.

New Dinosaur Species, Pachyrhinosaur Lakustai, Had Bony Frill And Horns

New Dinosaur Species, Pachyrhinosaur Lakustai, Had Bony Frill And Horns

The new Pachyrhinosaur lakustai dinosaur fossil found in Alberta, Canada

Pinterest
Search