New research shows that not all non-avian dinosaurs were restricted to land.
The 42-million-year-old predator, with its cat-like appearance and elongated fangs, was a sign of things to come.
Syllipsimopodi bideni has a surprising 10 arms, unlike the eight found on modern vampire squid.
The superlative size of Dearc sgiathanach is shifting scientists’ understanding of pterosaur evolution.
Paleontologists discovered a huge pterosaur fossil on a rocky beach on the Isle of Skye, off the coast of Scotland.
Western Europe was a spinosaur "hotspot" during the Cretaceous Period, fossil evidence suggests.
The Utah Bureau of Land Management claims no damage has been done, but several paleontologists said that dinosaur…
Three new papers describe Notiomastodon, an elephant relative that's long been in the shadow of its more famous…
Dating to the Jurassic, the extinct sea creature was over 32 feet long.
Found in southern China, the unhatched egg dates to between 66 million and 72 million years ago.
The 326-million-year-old Arthropleura was one of the largest terrestrial invertebrates known to science.
Stone tools belonging to Neanderthals were also found at the 210,000-year-old site.
Summer never arrived during that fateful year at the end of the Cretaceous, new research suggests.
Theropod trace fossils found in Spain suggest these predators could sprint faster than humans.
An analysis of Quetzalcoatlus fossils has revealed more about these incredible extinct creatures.
Soils kept in cold storage suggest that some of these now-extinct animals survived longer than previously thought.
The tusk, belonging to an extinct Columbian mammoth, was found resting on the seafloor nearly 2 miles beneath the…
The skeletal remains of nearly 80 dinosaurs and 100 eggs were uncovered at a fossil site in Argentina.
Scientists are calling it a “once-in-a-generation” discovery.