Having a dinosaur named after you at age 12 comes with perks and responsibilities including working with professional paleontologists under often extreme 90-degree conditions, a girl among adults, unearthing prehistoric remains and carefully preserving them.
A team of Australian scientists are using a world-first approach combining three-dimensional (3D) printing and virtual reality (VR) to bring a dinosaur “back to life”.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has signed a resolution designating the Arkansaurus fridayi as the state's official dinosaur; the move makes Arkansas the 10th state to have its own official dinosaur.
The polar forests of what is now the North Slope supported a diverse range of animals, from the tiniest bird-beaked predators to the state’s most recent new discovery, hulking Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis, a plant eating hadrosaur that grew as big as 25 feet.
A new study shows many dinosaurs may have taken many months to hatch from their eggs, leaving them vulnerable to sudden environmental changes.
The new dinosaur has been christened Yehuecauhceratops mudei, a name that comes from the Nahuatl word "yehuecauh" (ancient), the Greek "ceratops" (face with horns), and "mudei" in honor of the museum.