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By Justin Scuiletti
After more than a century of extinction in the scientific community, the name Brontosaurus may be ready to return to the ranks of its dinosaur brethren.
Before dinosaurs roamed the Earth, the region we now know as North Carolina was ruled by a fearsome, bipedal, 9-foot-long crocodile ancestor known as Carnufex carolinensis, or the "Carolina Butcher."…
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By Carey Reed
Newly-unveiled fossils indicate a dinosaur known as Spinosaurus aegyptiacus was built to live part of the time in water, according to a report published online for the journal Science.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
A baby stegosaurus' first steps 150 million years ago can now be modeled in 3D with a few clicks on a camera phone. The technology makes studying dinosaur footprints cheap and easy.
'A Flintstone Moment': Mammoth Amount of Ice Age Fossils Found in Colorado…
Paleontologist Kirk Johnson explains liquefaction…
By Jenny Marder
Last spring, a British scientist reached into the back of a cabinet and pulled out a fossil with a signature that looked an awful lot like Charles Darwin's. Turns out it was. Here is a sample of the fossils, which…
In Colorado, scientists made a very big and plentiful find of bones dating back to the Ice Age. Tom Bearden reports on what kind of fossils were unearthed and what the new findings can tell us.
Which came first, the land turtle or the sea turtle? Scientists aren't sure, but a newly-discovered fossil of a 220-million-year-old turtle seems to tip the scale toward aquatic evolution, and may help explain how turtles evolved their shells.
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