The Apple TV+ show explores the Cretaceous world through the lens of a nature documentary.
"What’s it eating? Phillips head screws? IKEA furniture? Who knows.”
New research finds that mammoths experienced musth, a phenomenon that sends modern elephants into a frenzy.
The second season of Apple TV+’s science-based dino show premieres on May 22.
In a remarkable find, a lustrous mineral formed inside a fossilized titanosaur egg.
Ferocious theropod dinosaurs had skin that covered their teeth, new research suggests.
The unusual creature's eyes may have moved to make room for its massive canines.
When you think of fossils, bones may be the first image that comes to mind. But for paleontologists, trace fossils…
The proposed the Greenlink West transmission line in Nevada would run through a site filled with mammoth and…
Ancient entelodonts are routinely portrayed as brutal carnivores, but they probably kept to the same menu as today's…
The trove of fossils suggest dinosaurs' egg-laying habits may have been similar to those of modern birds.
A researcher claims that Robert DePalma published a faulty study in order to get ahead of her own work on the Tanis…
The last meal of a winged Microraptor dinosaur has been preserved for over a 100 million years.
New research reveals more about an ancient predator—including that it may have produced venom.
Natovenator had a beak-shaped mouth full of teeth and a streamlined body for diving.
The 3,000-pound, 40-foot-long T. rex specimen named Shen was set to be auctioned off on November 30.
A half-inch fossil from China is an ancient cousin of modern filter feeders.
Paleontologists have found fossils of Lystrosaurus, an ancient herbivore, that are covered in leathery skin.
Fossils from Wyoming reveal a relative of the living tuatara, the last remaining rhynchocephalian on Earth.
Sometimes, huge discoveries are hiding close to home.