This Preserved Millipede Lived 99 Million Years Ago Alongside Dinosaurs
The millipede is only 8.2 millimeters long, making it an “an extreme case of miniaturization.”
Scientists Gave Alligators Ketamine and Headphones to Understand Dinosaur Hearing
An experiment involving 40 drugged alligators reveals how dinosaurs might have located sounds in their environment.
Scientists Discovered a Dinosaur Ancestor Called the 'Antarctic King'
Antarctanax shackletoni, or the “Antarctic king,” is an iguana-sized ancestor to dinosaurs and modern crocodiles.
Asteroids Crash Into Earth Over Twice as Often as 290 Million Years Ago
Scientists find that a surge in Earth impacts began during the Permian period, possibly because of disruptions in the asteroid belt.
Did a Big-Ass Dinosaur Just Save PUBG from Extinction?
A new map has reinvigorated 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds'. But not just because of the snow.
What This Rare Skull Tells Us About Dinosaur Parenting
Some dinosaurs nurtured their offspring, but Diplodocus kids were likely left to fend for themselves as soon as they hatched.
Scientists Map Out How to Nudge Small Asteroids into Earth’s Orbit
A University of Glasgow team explores the subtle art of capturing asteroids without killing everybody.
'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Gives Up on Science Completely
Who told these people that dinosaurs have to be war machines and volcano victims to be interesting?
The Jurassic World Porn Parody That Asks: What If Dinosaurs Were Porn Stars?
“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could fuck a dinosaur, they didn’t stop to think if they should fuck a dinosaur.”
We Asked a Dinosaur Expert How Realistic the New 'Jurassic World' Really Is
Apparently, the T. rex wasn't always in such a terrible mood.
Best of 2017
Monster Otters, Motörhead Crocs, and Zuul: The Best Paleo Art of 2017
As chosen by an artist who draws dinosaurs for a living.
The Paleontologist Who Finds Anthropocene Insights in the Dinosaur Age
Steve Brusatte explains how these spectacular bygone animals shaped our present, and how they can inform our future.