Technically Incorrect: In Russia, scientists say they've found enough bones to now identify something we might want to call the Sibirosaurus. And it's a doozy.
The first draft of a new "tree of life" contains every named species of flora and fauna known from over 3.5 billion years of life on Earth.
Chameleons in Madagascar previously thought to all belong to a single species have actually turned out to be 11 separate ones.
The International Institute for Species Exploration and the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry have announced the top 10 new species discovered last year, including a "chicken from hell" dinosaur and a pufferfish that makes underwater "crop circles".
Technically Incorrect: For Mother's Day (In the US) Google's doodler thought the day should be about animals as well as humans.
Think you know your Romulans from your Slitheens? You probably do, but find out for sure by taking this fun online test.
It might sound like a mythical creature, but researchers have proven that the ruby seadragon is very real indeed.
The long-necked Qijianglong lived about 160 million years ago in the Late Jurassic period. Did its fossils inspire ancient dragon legends?
A bed of ancient bones found in Brazil contains the skeletons of over 47 individuals of a new species of flying reptile.
Technically Incorrect: A US scientist finds a male mustached kingfisher in the Solomon Islands. He kills it so that he can study it. Not everyone is impressed.