Some recent items:
Your Friends The Titanosaurs, part 6: Austroposeidon, titanosaurs of Balochistan, and Baotianmansaurus
The biggest known theropod (in Italian)
Introducing Macrocollum itaquii.
Thanos and Macrocollum: New dinosaurs in the rhythm of samba (in Czech)
Thanos Has A Dinosaur Named After Him
Nasutoceratops: Prehistoric Beast of the Week
Cretornis hlavaci, the only known Czech pterosaur (in Czech)Â
Your 'Fat-Toothed' Relative May Not Make It for Thanksgiving. He Vanished from Earth 300 Million Years Ago.
Walking with Dicynodonts
Sawback Turtle Gets a New Look
Fossils from Alabama revise the reconstruction of an ancient sea turtle.
The Dawn of Life
The Royal Ontario Museumâs exhibit will travel four billion years back in time
20 amazing facts about feathers
Twilight of the Almost-Primates
The Siberian unicorn [Elasmotherium] lived at the same time as modern humans
What was Megatherium?
Darwin's giant ground sloth skull pieced together and scanned for the first time
University of Washington Provost Mark Richards Welcome Lecture:Â
What Really Killed the Dinosaurs?
Mark Richards explores the two leading theories (asteroid impact and volcanic eruptions) on what actually happened 66 million years ago--and how they may have been linked.
(talk starts at about 11:30)
An ichthyosaur eat ichthyosaur world