Like his most famous discovery, fossil hunter Barnum Brown was larger than life.
Hawkins was the Steven Spielberg of his time—an artist and visionary who created an immersive world where giants still walked the Earth.
The pterosaur fossil discovered on Scotland's Isle of Skye shows that flying reptiles grew to great sizes more quickly than previously believed.
Pre-order LEGO's new 1212-piece T. Rex Breakout set, which lets you recreate an iconic scene from the film ‘Jurassic Park.'
Sauropod dinosaurs are known for their impressive size—and Australia’s newly discovered species doesn’t disappoint.
Fossilized dinosaur nests are rare to begin with. The combination of eggs, embryos, and a mature dinosaur in a brooding pose in this recently discovered fossil is historic.
The rear end of a 'Psittacosaurus' fossil was so well-preserved that scientists were able to reconstruct it. It even had a little poop in it.
New research suggests that the real-life inspiration for Ghost from 'Game of Thrones' wasn’t a wolf species.
'Bone,' 'crack,' and 'pubis' were on the list of words censored by the chat software at this year's virtual Society of Vertebrate Paleontology conference.
From glaciers to dinosaurs, this globe gives you a snapshot of what life was like during Earth’s adolescence.
The 68-million-year-old fossil egg’s mystery mother may have been one of the fiercest marine predators from the Late Cretaceous period.
Baby shark, do-do-do-do-do-do. Had a nursery, do-do-do-do-do. In prehistoric times, do-do-do-do-do.
The stegosaurus footprints discovered on Scotland's Isle of Skye indicate the island could have been home to a bustling dinosaur population 170 million years ago.
Scientists discovered the skull of a bird-like dinosaur. More than 100 tiny teeth line the jaws of the skull, suggesting that this dinosaur was small but deadly (to insects).
Specimen AMNH 5027, which has been on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City since 1915, has inspired countless dinosaurs in pop culture, from 'King Kong' to 'Jurassic Park.'
The new species, dubbed 'Crossvallia waiparensi,' waddled the Earth some time between 66 and 56 million years ago.
Harrison Duran, a dinosaur fanatic since childhood, discovered the partial triceratops skull on a dig in the Badlands of North Dakota.
Thomas Jefferson thought mastodons might still be lurking somewhere out West—and he was determined to find them.
Construction workers were digging near Denver, Colorado when they discovered the bones of the three-horned dinosaur.
Scientists are eager to study the carnivore's severed head—which was found with its teeth, fur, and brain still intact after tens of thousands of years.
The Chauvet Cave paintings are tens of thousands of years old and depict iconic animals that are now extinct. Even Werner Herzog was impressed.
Sewer workers in Seymour, Indiana came across a peculiar discovery while digging on a farm. Bones belonging to a mastodon that date back to the Ice Age were buried there.