The dawn stegosaur, the high noon tyrannosaurs, and the evening noasaur
The oldest giants, the newest frontiers, and intermediate digital revolutions
An interview with paleo-artists Bob Walters and Tess Kissinger
The Year of the Herbivore
An interview with paleontologist Peter Dodson.
Morocco's fossil treasures -- from jumbo shrimp to miniature elephants
From Buriol's burglar to buried dragons, these are the most important discoveries of 2016.
A recap of the trend-bucking new dinosaurs of 2015
An interview with paleontologist and geologist Gerta Keller.
An interview with dinosaur excavator and exhibitor Don Lessem
The fourth installment in the Jurassic Park franchise is bigger and louder, but does it have more teeth?
Tales from Chile's fossil graveyards
From fearless sauropods to Pinocchio Rex
An interview with paleontologist and artist Jason Poole
Snapshots of prehistoric Spain
Traces of color in the fossil record
Three Monsters and a Bird.
An examination of a few potentially venomous prehistoric animals.
My thoughts on the upcoming film adaptation of Walking with Dinosaurs.
A look at parenting behavior in five dinosaurs.
Evidence for the feeding practices of four large theropods that aren't T. rex.
A close look at two uncannily similar dynasties of marine predators.
Paleontology programs not to subject your kids (or yourself) to.
Pro-, anti-, and semi-Darwinist voices in early paleontology.
Tickets are now on sale to experience Jurassic Park as you've never seen it before. But is this experience worth it?
Five famous dinosaurs known only from partial specimens.
Recommendation and overview of five films and series for kids who love dinosaurs, but who are too young to see Jurassic Park.