If you’re tiny, outnumbered, and have significantly smaller teeth, why compete when you can cleverly adapt instead?
Therizinosaurus, the Edward Scissorhands of dinosaurs, is a popular contender.
The discovery of two new “mammaliaform” fossils are a testament to the badassery of our earliest forebears.
Paleontologists have found the most well-preserved specimen of the species ever unearthed. But it's not the earliest bird to catch a worm.
Listening to anything--anything!--slowed down by about 800 percent just may save your life.
The massive, deadly raptors portrayed in the movies are totally wrong. In reality, Velociraptor was only a few feet tall and had feathers. It was basically a larger, predatory chicken.
In Culver City, about four LA blocks from a place that sells used tires and and In-n-Out Burger, stands a strange landmark of the Los Angeles art scene. Opened in 1988, the Museum of Jurassic Technology is equal parts 18th century cabinet of curiosit…