Everything You Need To Know About Dinosaurs, Fossils, and More
Dinosaur Eggs and Reproduction

Dinosaur Eggs and Reproduction

The fossil record and the close link between dinosaurs and birds allow us to infer that most if not all...

Sue, the T-Rex

Sue, the T-Rex

Sue, the Tyrannosaurus Rex named after the paleontologist who found it, is one of the most famous fossils and is...

Fossilization: How Fossils Become Fossils

Fossilization: How Fossils Become Fossils

Fossilization is a complicated and intricate process that is cognizant of several biological, physical, chemical, and ecological factors. The science...

Burgess Shale

Burgess Shale

In 1909, Charles Walcott discovered the renowned Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rockies in an interesting way. His wife’s horse...

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Parasaurolophus, the Near Crested Lizard

Parasaurolophus, which means “near crested lizard,” was a bird-hipped dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period and belongs to a...

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How Did Dinosaurs Become So Big?

The average dinosaur was bear sized, while the average mammal was dog sized. Dinosaurs got even larger than this, though,...

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Archaeopteryx Litographica, the Link Between Dinosaurs and Birds

In a stone quarry in Bavaria, Germany, a creature with bird-like characteristics was unearthed (shown below) which would shake the...

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What Exactly is Paleontology?

The earth has been here for approximately 4.6 billion years and has a long legacy of a diverse collection of...

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Stegosaurus, the Armored Dinosaur

Stegosaurus lived during the late Jurassic period and is another famous dinosaur that has been depicted in pop culture several...

Dino Battle: T-Rex vs. Triceratops

Dino Battle: T-Rex vs. Triceratops

Imagine if you could go back in time and witness a battle between a T-Rex and Triceratops. Nature is so...