Sunday, July 3, 2022


Herbivores diversified quickly after mass extinctions to eat different kinds of plants

The evolution of herbivores is linked to the plants that survived and adapted after the ‘great dying’, when over 90% of the world’s species were wiped out 252 million years ago.

The comet that killed dinosaurs

The cataclysm that killed the dinosaurs.

The most elaborately dressed-to-impress dinosaur

New dinosaur showed descendants how to dress to impress.

The study offers unexpected insights into early dinosaur’s brain, eating habits, and agility

A pioneering reconstruction of the brain belonging to one of the earliest dinosaurs to roam the Earth has shed new light on its possible diet and ability to move fast.

Scientists discovered the first fossilized remains of dinosaur from Jurassic-era

Ireland’s only dinosaurs discovered in Antrim.

Some species of ancient crocodiles walked on their two hind legs like dinosaurs

A research team has been surprised to know that some ancient crocodiles walked on two legs like dinosaurs and measured over three meters in...

The asteroid that doomed the dinosaurs struck Earth at the ‘deadliest possible’ angle

Almost 66 million years ago, after a 7.5-mile-wide asteroid crashed into the ocean near what’s now the port town of Chicxulub, Mexico. The impact...

It is very difficult to spot the difference between male and female dinosaurs

Gender selection is a major evolutionary driver of many biological traits in animals. It is essential for understanding the anatomy, behavior, and evolution of...

Scientists discovered ‘the most dangerous place in history’ on Earth

A new study by the University of Portsmouth has provided a window into Africa's Age of Dinosaurs. They reviewed almost 100 years of fossil...

Scientists discovered new species of flying reptiles

Professor David Martill from Portsmouth and researchers from the United States and Morocco have discovered a community of flying reptiles that lived in the...

The oldest Ancestor of all humans and animals found in Australian fossils

A team of geologists at UC Riverside have discovered a tiny, wormlike creature, named Ikaria wariootia that is believed to be the first ancestor...

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