New Study Shakes Up The Roots Of The Dinosaur Family Tree [VIDEO]

Mar 23, 2017 AM EDT The researchers studied more bones and included more species that have been discovered only in the past 30 years. Their analysis suggested that Seeley's theory were wrong.

Ohio State University Crowdfunding Needs Help In Purchasing Dinosaur Bones

Feb 22, 2017 PM EST The Ohio State University wants to purchase a dinosaur skeleton and has asked the public to pitch in.

University of Connecticut Partners In Interactive Dinosaur Exhibit

Feb 20, 2017 AM EST Exhibit at the Children’s Museum in West Hartford made possible by institutions like University of Connecticut.

Latest Bone Evidences On Dinosaur's Existence In Alaska: UA Fairbanks Academics And Paleontologists Are On A Meet-Up! [VIDEO]

Oct 22, 2016 AM EDT New-found evidences suggest that there are more to be found in Denali National Park in Alaska. Academics and scientists hop in for a project extension.

Dinosaurs About To Extinct; Even Before Giant Asteroid Hit Earth, Study Shows [VIDEO]

Apr 20, 2016 AM EDT A new research indicates that dinosaurs were on their way to going extinct millions of years before the catastrophic asteroid wiped them out.

Dinosaurs Were neither Cold-Blooded nor Warm-Blooded, Study

Jun 16, 2014 AM EDT A latest study by researchers at the University of New Mexico has found that dinosaurs were neither cold-blooded reptiles nor hot-blooded mammals or birds.

Duck-billed Dinosaurs Had Fleshy Head Gear Similar to Rooster’s Combs, Study

Dec 13, 2013 AM EST Duck-billed dinosaurs and roosters share something in common; at least that's what a group of international researchers say.

Beaks Evolved In dinosaurs To Stabilize Skull during Biting and Feeding, Researchers Claim

Dec 03, 2013 AM EST An international team of researchers discovered that keratin-covered beaks evolved in some theropod dinosaurs not just to replace teeth but to balance the skull during feeding. The beak also reduced ...

‘Squishier Joints’ Allowed Dinosaurs to Grow To a Gigantic Size, Study

Oct 30, 2013 AM EDT Large, plant-eating dinosaurs, including sauropods, were able to grow to an enormous size because they had softer, ‘squishier’ joints than land mammals.

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