Tyrannosaur Snouts May Have Been More Sensitive Than Human Fingertips
Tyrannosaurs may have used their snouts to capture prey and affectionately nuzzle each other.
Paleontologists Find Fossils of a Pregnant, 245-Million-Year-Old Sea Reptile
It's the first time live birth has been observed in an archosauromorph, the reptilian parent group from which dinosaurs, birds, and crocodilians derive.
Scientists Model the Epic Cloud of Smoke that May Have Killed the Dinosaurs
Atmospheric soot may explain why crocodilians endured the fallout while dinosaurs perished.
This 'Predator Croc' Stalked the Earth 240 Million Years Ago
Nundasuchus, discovered in Tanzania, looks like a half-dinosaur, half-crocodile.