Early Cretaceous ornithopods add a new relative to their ranks with Portellsaurus' debut.
Better to burn out than fade away.
That's one way to go down in history.
The colossal carnivores may have dominated the planet in tyrannical teams.
It looks like a young stegosaur might have been tiptoeing 100 million years ago.
At the high end, it's probably less than half the total number of humans that have ever lived. But it doesn't take many to be terrifying.
A 160-million-year-old fossil of a reptile wants to hitch a ride into the history books.
Llukalkan aliocranianus has a fittingly frightening name.
Some intriguing fossils could push the clock way back on cephalopods.
Yummy, yummy, yummy, I've got pollen in my tummy.
Sneak attack! Anteosaurus would have terrorized its prey long before dinosaurs roamed the Earth.
Tyrannosaur embryo fossil fragments are helping scientists peek into the dinosaurs' early days.