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Fossilized Stomach Reveals What Young Tyrannosaurs Ate

Paleontologists in Canada have made a new discovery concerning dinosaurs. They found a 75-million-year-old baby dinosaur skeleton belonging to the Gorgosaurus libratus species. What makes this finding so important is that its stomach contained the remains of two young...

The 5 Mass Extinction Events That Shaped the History of Earth

The death of the dinosaurs around sixty-six million years ago is the most famous extinction event on Earth, but it was the last of a series of five catastrophes that had a profound impact on the course of life...

Dinosaurs Still Exist on Other Planets, Scientists Say

Scientists believe dinosaurs, which have been extinct on Earth for over 65 million years, might actually be living on other planets, according to research in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. This study maintains it is not only...

Dust From Asteroid Impact Caused Dinosaurs’ Extinction, Scientists Say

A new scientific report says that dinosaurs' extinction 66 million years ago was caused by the dust in the aftermath of the asteroid impact that reshaped life on Earth. The cataclysmic impact in what is now Chicxulub on Mexico’s Yucatán...

Titanosaur Fossils From Egypt Fill a Black Hole in Dinosaur History

An unusual kind of tiny dinosaur called a titanosaur, has finally been given a name nearly fifty years after its bones were unearthed in the Egyptian desert. This dinosaur is called "Igai semkhu," and it lived about seventy-five million...

Asteroid That Wiped Out Dinosaurs Allowed Flowers to Thrive

A recent study reveals that even though a massive asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous period, it didn't harm the flowers much. In fact, after the asteroid hit, the flowers bloomed. About sixty-six million years...

Fossils of Bird-Like Dinosaur Discovered in China

Scientists have recently made an exciting discovery in Fujian Province, China. They found the fossil of a bird-like dinosaur from the Jurassic Period, and they've given it a name: Fujianvenator prodigiosus. This discovery is shedding light on an important part...

New Dinosaur Species Discovered on English Island

Scientists have made an exciting discovery on the Isle of Wight in England: the fossilized remains of a previously unknown species of dinosaur. This remarkable find represents the first new species of armored dinosaur to be unearthed on the...

100 Million-Year-Old Skeleton Holds Secrets to Prehistoric Research

A giant skeleton of a marine reptile discovered in Australia, believed to be one hundred million years old, seems to hold secrets into prehistoric life. The skeleton was unearthed by a group of three amateur fossil hunters while on a...

Global Tsunami After Asteroid Impact Caused Extinction of Dinosaurs

A global tsunami was caused by the asteroid responsible for the extinction of dinosaurs. The asteroid struck nearly sixty-six million years ago near the Chicxulub Puerto and Chicxulub Pueblo communities. Recently, a group of University of Michigan scientists revealed the...