Kids obviously love dinosaurs, but here's a secret: most adults do too. It's just that as you grow older it becomes less socially acceptable to wear T-rex PJs to bed. But that doesn't mean you can't indulge your dino love elsewhere. In fact, what garden wouldn't be instantly improved with a 20-foot long Triceratops…
Attention overly ambitious pumpkin carvers of the Internet: Can you top this ceratopsid? No. No you cannot.
As a young pup watching Jurassic Park, I was in terrified of the T-Rex, fearful of the Raptors, in awe of the Brachiosaurus and annoyed of that little spraying dinosaur. But probably above all, I felt for the Triceratops. It was hurt! It was dying! It was so incredibly detailed. Stan Winston School revealed how they…
It was probably the most fearsome battle to ever take place in the animal kingdom: The super-apex predator Tyrannosaurus versus the heavily armored Triceratops. Based on the fossil records, paleontologists have known for quite some time that the two Cretaceous-era dinosaurs often went head-to-head. But given the…
If you've always wondered how Tyrannosaurs Rex ate the horned monstrosity that was a Triceratops, you need puzzle no longer. Scientists have finally pieced together how they did it—and it was surprisingly straightforward.
If you cried over the sick Triceratops in Jurassic Park, or just loved this horned dinosaur as a kid, there's one scientific controversy you need to understand right now — it may wind up demonstrating that Triceratops isn't who we thought it was. Recently unearthed evidence has sparked a new debate over the identity…
Two pint-sized relatives of the famous Triceratops have been discovered in Alberta, giving us our best understanding yet of how these horned dinosaurs expanded into North America. The best part? Neither was much more than a meter or so long.
This kid is so impressive, you're liable to lose sight of how adorable she is. Watch as Stella, a four-year-old dinosaur expert, goes through a list of why the toy in her hand is not a Triceratops, but a Styracosaurus.
Triceratops has captured the public imagination ever since the first fossils were discovered in 1887. But it's hardly the only horned dinosaur that once roamed the Earth. Meet the two-horned zuniceratops, oldest of the American relatives of triceratops.
We're almost certain that a giant meteor hit Earth 65 million years ago. But a mysterious "three-meter gap" in the fossil record might mean dinosaurs were already dying off. Now a newly discovered fossil might finally reveal the whole story.
At least that's what Japanese robotics company TMSUK wanted you to think. In 2002, TMSUK developed the Banryu ("Guard Dragon") line of mobile home security robots. They were priced at $18,840, but hey, a cyberatops guarded your house.
Scientists are saying that the Triceratops dinosaur—you know, the three horned one—was actually a juvenile form of a Torosaurus, the three horned dinosaur you don't know. Apparently, dinosaurs' skulls can shape-shift.
We were amazed by Kota, a robot replica of a 40-inch-long baby triceratops made by Playskool. It can walk, it can growl, and the kids can actually ride it. It doesn't get any better than that. Unless they can come up with actual cloned baby triceratops. You can buy Kota now from Amazon for $300. [Amazon via BotJunkie]
I'm in awe with Kota The Triceratops Dinosaur, a $300 fully articulated 40-inch-long robot in the shape of a real-sized baby triceratops that, according to Playskool, any kid can ride. Yes. Full size. Baby. Triceratops. Riding. Robot. Really, this thing looks so cool that makes the Pleo look like a bag of bricks.