Dr. Holly Woodward, an assistant professor of anatomy and vertebrate paleontology at Oklahoma State University, said in a
And, of course, paleontologists may have just (literally) scratched the surface when it comes to finding all there is to
How much do you know about dinosaurs? If you’re still relying on what teachers taught you in grade school and images in classic Hollywood films like 'Jurassic Park,' you just may have dinosaurs all wrong. Yes, the scientific understanding of dinosaurs - and dinosaur behavior - has changed drastically in recent years, from the way dinosaurs moved to how they thought to how they looked. HuffPost Science's Jacqueline Howard reports.
Paleontologists who unearthed seven vertebrae and a few rib fragments in Diego-Suarez, Madagascar in 2007 and 2010 have now
WASHINGTON -- The hotly anticipated 3D version of Jurassic Park opens today, 20 years after Steven Spielberg's groundbreaking
Researchers using a laser to create a 3D copy of the Berlin Brachiosaurus skeleton. In the future, the researchers plan to
The findings another intriguing question: Why are bones curved in the first place? Dinosaur crash tests With the rare exceptions
A dinosaur in a drawer Xenoceratops (meaning "alien horned-face") had massive spikes at the top of its head, two hooks jutting
"Alberta ... is one of the richest places in the world," says paleontologist Francois Therrien.
Nicolas Cage has had his fair share of eccentric purchases in the past, from luxury dinosaur bones to a pyramid tomb to a