Dinosaur discoveries happen all the time, even in America. As recent as 2010, there were discoveries and some as far back as 1870. Here are some of the most current and oldest findings.
Nowhere near so well known as the Smilodon cats, otherwise called as saber toothed tigers, was a predator almost twice the size of the largest of them, the short faced bear. The short faced bear was possibly the largest carnivorous mammal to have...
In the late 1990's paleontologists started to discover dinosaurs with feathers and all of a sudden a theory from the 1800's became viable again. Read about the fascinating journey of the dinosaur to bird theory.
Pro-, anti-, and semi-Darwinist voices in early paleontology.
Every little boy has a great fascination for dinosaurs - grotesque yet real monsters. The fascination is understandable, yet it is all too often lost with maturity. For some however, the fascination remains and extends to include other prehistoric life - the first creatures in the sea, the first...
The dawn stegosaur, the high noon tyrannosaurs, and the evening noasaur
From fearless sauropods to Pinocchio Rex
The Albertosaurus is a smaller version of its famous cousin the Tyrannosaurus Rex, but may have been an even more terrifying predator because there is evidence that this theropod hunted in packs.
A short story of the bravest little millipede who led his millitroops onto one of Earth's first forests millions of years ago to escape the predatory ocean.
The saber-toothed cat is a well-known prehistoric creature also known as the smilodon. Though most closely related to a lion, it is frequently called a saber-toothed tiger.