The Crocodillo

23 July 2009 grant b 0

I can’t figure out why something like this wouldn’t have survived pretty much anything. National Geographic reports on the discovery of an armored, omnivorous, desert-dwelling […]

Big fish! Hungry fish!

17 July 2009 grant b 0

You may have heard of the giant prehistoric shark called megalodon. And maybe other megafauna, like Megalosaurus or even the mighty mechanical Megasaurus. But LiveScience […]

We’ll go a-waltzing….

8 July 2009 grant b 0

Australian researchers have just discovered a trio of never-before-seen dinosaurs in the Winton Formation. Two of them died at the bottom of one of those […]


22 June 2009 grant b 0

PhysOrg ventures into the vast Gobi Desert to reveal a historical find – the fossilized remains of the first confirmed nut-eating dinosaur: Larger, more numerous […]

Hobbit feet.

8 May 2009 grant b 0

The New York Times has nothing better to do than look at hobbit feet: The new anatomical evidence, being reported Thursday in the journal Nature, […]

Scratch that asteroid.

1 May 2009 grant b 0

Science Daily blows a hole in what had been history’s biggest explosion with news that that colossal asteroid that made the Yucatan might not have […]

Beauty before flight?

15 April 2009 grant b 0

You might think flying is an impressive enough goal for any creature, but the Telegraph reveals new clues that dinosaurs may have evolved wings to […]

Pleistocence Park?

28 January 2009 grant b 0

Not dinosaurs, but mammoths. I’d like to ride a mammoth. Wouldn’t you? New Scientist teases us with the possibility we can soon ride mammoths… or […]

The Egg. The Egg Came First.

19 November 2008 grant b 0

Canadian paleontologists have answered the old conundrum by closely studying a fossilized dinosaur nest:, via Yahoo! News: …[I]nterpreted literally, the answer to the riddle […]