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June was probably a terrible month to be a dinosaur. Here’s how we know.
Fish bones and water lilies help pin down the exact timing of when the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs hit Earth.
This fossilized dinosaur embryo is curled up just like a baby bird
The fossil hints that modern birds prepare for hatching similarly to their dinosaur relatives.
A newfound South American dinosaur had a tail like a war club
The fossil shows that armored dinosaurs relied on three different kinds of tail weaponry.
Dinosaurs who stuck together, survived together
The long-necked Mussaurus was a social beast.
After the dinosaurs, Earth became an all-you-can-eat buffet for snakes
The scaly opportunists were quick to broaden their diets after the mass extinction.
The land-dwelling ‘hell heron’ was a 30-foot aquatic assassin
The towering terrors were discovered on the dino-rich Isle of Wight.
Two-legged dinosaurs wagged their tails like giant, scaly puppies
Were they trying to save energy, or just happy to see you?
What would a dinosaur taste like?
Don't tell us you've never thought about it.
New fossil reveals a fearsome shark-toothed dinosaur
The new dino was five times bigger than local tyrannosaurs and the first to be discovered in Central Asia.
A fossilized egg laid by an extinct, human-sized turtle holds a rare jackpot
These turtles lived in the Cretaceous period and were wiped out with the dinosaurs.