A new study suggests that the Tyrannosaurus rex did not need proper arms, because its head and neck were so powerful.
Take heart as deadly dinosaur T. Rex has not come back to life!
A 70 million year old fossil discovered in the Late Cretaceous sediments of Alaska reveals a new small tyrannosaur.
A rare, mummified specimen of the duck-billed dinosaur, Edmontosauraus regalis, has shown for the first time that those dinosaurs` heads were adorned with a fleshy comb, most similar to the roosters` red crest.
A fossil featuring two dinosaurs, one a top predator and the other a massive three-horned plant eater, could help unravel a mystery about a new type of dinosaurs.
The new species, Yutyrannus huali, means "beautiful feathered tyrant" in a combination of Latin and Mandarin.
The skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex will make its museum debut at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry along the banks of the Willamette River.
A new analysis has shown traces of protein in the remains of T. rex.
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