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Researchers discover unique dinosaur fossil with four wings

Changyuraptor yangi fossils were recently discovered in a Chinese expedition. The remains reveal a creature with four wings that has been dubbed the largest specimen of this type.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 4 comments

Dinosaurs 'were not' the ancestors of modern birds

An analysis of a sparrow-sized fossil has challenged the present status of dinosaurs as ancestors of modern birds. This is based on a new study of an archosaur fossil.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Dinosaurs found to be neither warm-blooded nor cold-blooded

New research appears to show that dinosaurs were a rare breed of animal, in that they were neither warm-blooded nor cold-blooded — they were somewhere in-between.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 2 comments

Video: Scientifically-accurate 'Flintstones' changes the story

"Flintstones. Meet the Flintstones..." is a familiar song from most peoples' childhoods. However, some experts decided to point out that the whole show is completely inaccurate scientifically and then corrected the issue in animated video form.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Skeleton of baby dinosaur found in Alberta, 70 million years old

An intact and wonderfully preserved baby dinosaur skeleton was unearthed in Dinosaur Provincial Park in southeastern Alberta in 2010. The find is only now being announced but the skeleton is already part of the University of Alberta's collection.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 6 comments

Inside Alberta's Dinosaur Provincial Park

Located in the badlands of Alberta, Canada is a place of such stellar beauty and awe-inspiring landscapes, it takes your breath away. Dinosaur Provincial Park is not only a place great creatures roamed 75 million years ago, it's also their graveyard.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 4 comments

Ancient bees may have died out with the dinosaurs

A new study has been released, and it reveals that the unknown event that killed off the dinosaurs could be the same one that wiped out ancient bees.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Jurassic Park takes a step back

Any idea to recreate a dinosaur from extracted DNA has taken a step backwards. Researchers have found that extracting dinosaur DNA from insects embedded in ancient amber is probably impossible.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Ostrich necks give clues to dinosaur flexibility

A study of modern day ostriches suggest sauropod dinosaurs were likely stiff in their movements, especially in their necks.
In the Media by Layne Weiss

Op-Ed: Dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum, London Special

London - The Natural History Museum in London boasts an impressive collection of dinosaur remains. These have been collected together in a special exhibition.
Digital Journal Report by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

Paleontologists discover a new species of dinosaur in Utah

A group of paleontologists unearthed a new long-horned dinosaur in Utah, the first of its type to be found in the south of the United States.
In the Media by Valerie Benguiat - 1 comment

Aurornis, Archaeopteryx-like ancestor of birds found in China

Paleontologists say they have found the fossilized remains of a new avialan, or basal bird, which re-establishes the position of Archaeopteryx as part of the group of basal birds ancestral to modern birds.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 2 comments

New dinosaur species discovered

A new species of dinosaur called the "lonely small bandit" has been discovered in Madagascar. This is the first new species discovered in almost a decade.
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks

Researchers say oldest dinosaur fossils found in Tanzania

Paleontologists have identified what they believe to be the oldest dinosaur fossils in existence. This new dinosaur discovery possibly challenges current beliefs on dinosaur history.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 8 comments

Pat Robertson denies the earth is 6000 years old

Popular televangelist Pat Robertson has recently come out stating that the Earth is not 6,000 years old, and that dinosaurs were living before the time of the Bible.
In the Media by Sami Zaatari - 4 comments

Review: Ginormous Gonwanda Giants Groove at ROM Special

Toronto - It’s often said everyone likes a dinosaur and there’s no better place to check out the theory than in Toronto, where “everyone” lives. So on a Sunday when the outdoors temp is dino-steamy, a duck into the AC’ed ROM is in order.
Digital Journal Report by Lenny Stoute

Op-Ed: Living fossils challenges Darwinism

Today, living fossils create problems for paleontologists with Darwinian assumptions. The discoveries of living Wollemi pines, Coelacanth fishes, the Nautilus, and other animals have challenged evolutionary assumptions about life’s history.
In the Media by Eliot Elwar - 4 comments

Ultimate Dinosaurs exhibit in Toronto is 'di-no-mite' experience Special

Toronto - Some of the largest and rarest dinosaurs ever known are on display this summer at the Royal Ontario Museum, in a new exhibit called Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana.
Digital Journal Report by Alexandra Christopoulos - 2 comments

Palaeontologists explain how T. Rex and other dinosaurs had sex

Paleontologists have devoted a surprising amount of research effort to explaining how dinosaurs had sex. As expected, explaining how a four-storeys high, 30-ton lizard such as T. Rex, speculated as equipped with 12 ft long penis, had sex proves tricky.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 4 comments

Op-Ed: A peek at what's to see at the National Museum of Natural History Special

Washington - One of the best things about living outside of Washington D.C. is the ability to hop on the Metro and go to the nation's capital and explore the rich history and landmarks. And then there are the museums.
Digital Journal Report by Leigh Goessl - 5 comments

The first feathered winged dinosaur had black feathers

New research into one of the creatures which connects dinosaurs to birds, the Microraptor, indicates that the crow-like creature had black feathers. The discovery is an important one for evolutionary science.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

Oldest dinosaur nesting site uncovered by Canadian researchers

A group of Toronto-based researchers have uncovered what is believed to be the oldest dinosaur nest found to date, pre-dating an earlier nest find by about 100 million years.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 2 comments

Nest filled with baby dinosaurs found in Mongolia

In a significant discovery, scientists have uncovered a nest filled with 15 baby dinosaurs, 10 of which are complete fossil sets.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 2 comments

Op-Ed: ‘Planet Dinosaur’ - new BBC series

Tonight, the BBC screened the first in a new 6 part half hour series on the dinosaurs which provides a fascinating new insight for everyone from primary school kids to intelligent laymen to Richard Dawkins himself.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

Spielberg in talks about 'Jurassic Park 4'

It’s been almost a decade since the last installment of the blockbuster trilogy hit theatres, but Steven Spielberg may be considering once again reviving the dinosaurs of "Jurassic Park" on the big screen.
In the Media by Melissa Hayes - 1 comment

New research uncovers earliest findings of dinosaur evolution

Two dinosaur fossils that were previously believed to be of the same species now provide insight into a remarkable transitional period from the early stages of dinosaur evolution, some 230-million years ago in Argentina's Ischigualasto valley.
In the Media by Vincent Sobotka

Venomous prehistoric raptor discovered- Sinornithosaurus

The ancient world had something ours doesn’t: Venomous bird lizards. Sinornithosaurus would have been a deadly part of any ecology, past or modern. Scientists have discovered indications of a snake-like venom delivery system.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 2 comments

Fossil Reveals Ancient Pterosaurs Were Skilled Fliers

Pterosaurs were the earliest known flying vertebrates and a fossil found recently in China indicates that these creatures had unique and complex wing fibers that enabled them to fly with great precision. Read on and…shiver.
In the Media by M Dee Dubroff - 13 comments

Fossils prove that dinosaurs once stalked Australia

Australian-based paleontologists had finally found evidence that the wondrous prehistoric reptiles, commonly known as dinosaurs, once roamed the fields of down under.
In the Media by John Louie S. Ramos

Clancy, Banjo, and Matilda, New Australian dinosaurs

It's a secret. There is such a thing as Australian parochialism in paleontology, in naming dinosaurs, like everything else. Clancy, Banjo and Matilda are named after Banjo Patterson’s poem Clancy of the Overflow, and Waltzing Matilda.
In the Media by Paul Wallis
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An artist s depiction of dinosaurs wandering the planet.
An artist's depiction of dinosaurs wandering the planet.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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Ultimate Dinosaurs at the Royal Ontario Museum
Ultimate Dinosaurs at the Royal Ontario Museum
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Planet earth  Robertson denies it was created 6000 years ago.
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Planet earth, Robertson denies it was created 6000 years ago.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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Imagining the skin of a dinosaur.
Imagining the skin of a dinosaur.
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Stegosaurus   a genus of armored stegosaurid dinosaur.
Stegosaurus, a genus of armored stegosaurid dinosaur.
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 Hoodoos  6 km. east of Drumheller  Ca.
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"Hoodoos" 6 km. east of Drumheller, Ca.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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Protoceratops andrewsi  Carnegie Museum of Natural History  Pittsburgh  Pennsylvania  USA.
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Protoceratops andrewsi, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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A classic for kids - the National Museum of Natural History has a very large dinosaur exhibit
A classic for kids - the National Museum of Natural History has a very large dinosaur exhibit
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Handout given by Natural History Museum in London that depicts Nyasasaurus parringtoni  believed to ...
Natural History Museum, London/Mark Witton
Handout given by Natural History Museum in London that depicts Nyasasaurus parringtoni, believed to be the oldest dinosaur
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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Dinosaur Provincial Park met two of the criteria for being named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Dinosaur Provincial Park met two of the criteria for being named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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Dinosaurs hatching from eggs. The word dinosaur means  terrible lizard .
Dinosaurs hatching from eggs. The word dinosaur means "terrible lizard".
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