A lot of similarity in bone structure has been found between ancient "wildebeest-like animals" as well as lambeosaurine hadrosaur dinosaurs, say new studies.
It is possible that the dinosaurs too wooed their sweethearts by doing a bird-like dance. Paleontologists may have evidence of the moves made by dinosaurs
Dinosaurs danced to woo potential mates, which are indicated by "fossilised" foot scrapes.
A recent study suggests that the evolution of dinosaurs may have happened more rapidly than was anticipated, developing in less than 5 million years since the pre-dinosaur era
Mammals' place on the evolutionary timeline seems to date back to earlier than scientists assumed.
In a new study published by University of Calgary, researchers discovered a link between the nesting habits of dinosaurs and modern birds.
Harvard University physicist, Lisa Randall, has attempted to answer one of the most of the baffling scientific questions of all times, why humanity exists
Fossilized feathers shows there are similarities between dinosaurs and ostriches
Dinosaurs did not evolve into birds in one swift transformation, but through one small step at a time, suggests a new study.
Paleontologists have discovered the dinosaur with the biggest nose.
Researchers have found a rich horde of fossils from the Sahara that reveals the largest known predators to ever walk the earth were also excellent swimmers, according to a new study.
After 'shrinking and shrinking' for 50 million years, dinosaurs evolved into birds to survive, according to a new study.
The tyrannosaurs or T. rex as its commonly called, has been well known for being a massive carnivorous dinosaur that walked the Earth some 98 million years ago. It even debuted in Jurassic Park, striking fear wherever he went. Now a new discovery has been made of a killer dinosaur that roamed in what is now Utah some 100 million years ago.
The ancestors of modern bees may have vanished with dinosaurs 65 million years ago, a new Australian research has found.
Researchers concluded that the "parrot dinosaur" crawled like human babies before shifting to two legs.