That T .rex who's about to take a six-mile-wide asteroid to the face might have fathered a whole new world.
These fossilized footprints in Oklahoma show a big, scary meat-eating dinosaur almost (but not quite) face-planting in the mud.
You're looking at the first ever real mosquito fossilized in amber with a full meal of blood in its belly. Misleading headlines would have you believe that this is the beginning of Jurassic Park, but it's not.
Four wings and a feathered tail make up one of the most intriguing creatures in the history of feathered flight, and now we know what they were all used for.
A pair of parrot lizards just went the way of the Brontosaurus, thanks to some super-spiffy tech.
A very angry T. rex crashes a wedding, terror ensues.
ASAPscience tries to solve a classic conundrum. Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Daisy Morris was just five when she stumbled upon fossils of an unidentified species of dinosaur on the Isle of Wight. The new dino now shares her name.
Do we really want herds of eight-ton woolly mammoths running all over the place? Of course we do!
Ever since Jurassic Park, we've been trying to come up with practical purposes for dinosaurs, since we know that the day we will be able to clone them is coming. So here's an obvious question: if we were to eat them, would they taste good?