Fri, 13/07/2012 - 15:41 by Minnie Mahendru
Tue, 21/12/2010 - 11:59 by Priyanka
According to a new study released Monday, numerous dinosaurs’ species, previously believed to be strictly carnivores, were vegans who ate plants rather than animals.
Thu, 09/09/2010 - 11:03 by Rakhi
Madrid -- Spanish paleontologists say they've uncovered a new dinosaur fossil in central Spain with what may be the earliest evidence of feathers.
Concavenator corcovatus, meaning "meat eater from Cuenca with a hump," is a type of dinosaur known as a theropod, the BBC reported Wednesday.
The most primitive forms of theropods have been found in England and now Spain. These finds date from the Lower Cretaceous, somewhere between 100 million and 146 million years ago.
Theropods are a significant group of dinosaurs because it is from this group that birds originated.
"They are a very important group of dinosaurs because within this group there are the birds," Professor Jose Sanz of the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid said.
Thu, 09/09/2010 - 10:20 by Priyanka
Spanish paleontologists on Wednesday announced that while digging near Cuenca, in central Spain, they have discovered fossil of a new species of dinosaur with humpback.
Thu, 08/04/2010 - 13:41 by Pankaj Damin
Midlothian, Ill. -- A suburban Chicago couple said thieves stole a 6-foot-long, 150-pound steel sculpture of a dinosaur from their front yard.
Gary and Cathy Crawford said they discovered the 3-foot-tall velociraptor had been knocked off its concrete base in their Midlothian yard Friday morning and they put in back in place, only for the item to be stolen later Friday night, the Chicago Tribune reported Wednesday.
The couple said police have been notified but they will not file criminal charges if the sculpture, which Gary Crawford created 12 years ago, is returned. They said their biggest fear is that the thieves will sell the dinosaur for scrap metal.
Fri, 26/03/2010 - 10:00 by Priyanka
According to a new study published in the journal ‘Science’ on Thursday, a team of Paleontologists uncovered evidence proving the existence of T. Rex’s ancestors in Australia.
Wed, 24/02/2010 - 12:19 by Ishita Sood
Researchers from Brigham Young University (BYU), Utah, have discovered a new species of dinosaurs that are believed to have existed 105 million years ago. The researchers shared their findings on Tuesday.
Wed, 03/02/2010 - 12:22 by Ishita Sood
New York, February 3 -- NASA’s Hubble Telescope has spotted the first head on collision between two asteroids last week. This is the first time that scientists have detected an interplanetary collision between two heavenly objects.
Thu, 28/01/2010 - 16:57 by Ishita Sood
New York, January 28 -- A study lead by China’s Institute for Vertebrate Paleontology has got the first clear evidence of dinosaur colors from 125-million-year-old fossil of dinosaur ‘Sinosauropteryx.’ The ‘Sinosauropteryx’ was an orange colored dinosaur with white stripes on its tail.
Wed, 16/12/2009 - 21:10 by Inderjit Singh
Edmonton -- Three University of Alberta paleontology graduate students have confirmed an 85-year-old dinosaur find, discrediting a 1970s revision of the discovery.
Victoria Arbour, Mike Burns and Robin Sissons focused on the fossilized remains of a 76-million-year old armadillo-like, armored dinosaur discovered in 1924 in southern Alberta by the late Canadian paleontologist William Parks.
After traveling to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto and conducting a detailed examination of the skeleton, the students discovered the specimen had been misidentified as the anklyosaur species Euoplocephalus during a middle 1970s re-classification, supposedly correcting the original 1924 research by Parks.