Just 2.3 feet tall, with a tail 6.5 feet long, the newly discovered Dracoraptor hanigani is relatively small.
The latest dinosaur discovered in Australia has characteristics different from other dinosaurs, so it is classified as belonging to another species.
Scientists found a dinosaur that may represent an evolutionary phase between a non-crested ancestor and species with large crests that followed later.
A new discovery has been made in South Dakota that may disrupt the scale of raptors.
New research reveals that the relationship between jaw gape and eating habits in dinosaurs was pretty close!
Scientists found fossil pieces that indicate cannibalism among tyrannosaurs 66 million years ago.
In a rare scene that has not been witnessed before, the remains of a plant eating dinosaur, baby Pentaceratops, complete with large horns and skeletal remnants has been discovered
We all know that space rock wiped out most of the dinosaurs but if the impact occurred a few million years earlier or later the majestic beasts may have survived, according to a new study.
Researchers have discovered the largest "four-winged" dinosaur, according to a new study.
Researchers have discovered a new horned dinosaur that equipped a wing shaped headgear. The newly discovered dinosaur has been named Mercuriceratops gemini.
The debate among paleontologists over whether dinosaurs were warm- or cold-blooded seems to be ending with an unusual conclusion - the famous (infamous?) animals may have been both.
Scientists from United States have reported discovery of a new species of dinosaur. The discovered fossils are offering clues regarding the extinction of the species 66 million years ago.
Researchers in Portugal have discovered a new species of dinosaur that are being considered as largest land predator of any kind ever found in the entire continent.
Paleontologists stumbled upon a discovery which proves that birds lived alongside dinosaurs, about 100 million years in the past. In a slab of rock recovered from the cliffs of Dinosaur Cove, a fossil-rich area on the coast of southern Victoria near Melbourne in Australia, scientists found what is now considered the oldest bird footprints - dating back from Early Cretaceous period.
A high school student in US has accidentally found the youngest and most complete fossil skeleton of a Parasaurolophus dinosaur.