A fossilized dinosaur brain, a pregnant T. rex and a bloody preserved dino tail, among other finds, make 2016 one of the best years for paleontology buffs.
This is the first time that dinosaur skeletal material has been found in amber.
A shimmery bird from the Dinosaur Age is helping paleontologists recreate what some ancient birds and dinosaurs looked like.
The slow and painful way in which a dinosaur died is revealed by the dramatic death pose of its fossilized remains.
The pebble-sized specimen offers an unprecedented look into the life of a gigantic 133-million-year-old dinosaur.
The long-necked giant belonged to a branch of dinos that were the largest land animals ever.
The Alaska site with thousands of dino tracks contains a new kind of hard evidence.
Tests on famous T. Rex skeleton Sue reveal few signs of stress on her stubby limbs.
The scales of a large sauropod from the end of the Cretaceous discovered in Spain.
The oldest known squawk box has just been found, and it suggests that dinosaurs were noisy but didn't sing or roar.