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ParasaurolophusMarch 01, 2014 – This dino could sing—sort of.
DracorexFebruary 27, 2014 – This specimen is helping scientists learn about how dinos grew up.
DilophosaurusMarch 01, 2014 – This double-crested dino was an early top predator.
AllosaurusFebruary 27, 2014 – Check out how this dino was the fiercest predator of its time.
Woolly MammothMarch 01, 2014 – Meet the extinct relatives of today’s elephants.
How to Survive in the Age of DinosaursMay 12, 2023 – Test your chops and discover if you have what it takes to survive at a time when Earth looked, well, a tad different in this ultimate survival guide to the prehistoric age.
Tyrannosaurus rexJune 14, 2019 – Discover why this ancient predator is known as the king of the dinosaurs.
TroodonMarch 01, 2014 – This dino was a smartie.
Why Tyrannosaurus rex was one of the fiercest predators of all timeSeptember 09, 2020 – Named the “king of the tyrant lizards,” T. rex was built to rule. Find out how these dinosaurs lived, what made them so vicious, and what we’re still learning about them today.
Reimagining DinosaursGroundbreaking new science is changing what we know about how dinosaurs looked – and how they lived. Using cutting-edge new technology, scientists have unearthed the secrets of how dinosaurs looked, lived, and perished.
Dinosaur vs. mammal: 'Jaw-dropping' fossil reveals prehistoric battleJuly 20, 2023 – A newly described fossil from China shows a badger-size mammal taking a bite out of a dinosaur—literally!
A dinosaur ‘belly button’? This 130 million-year-old fossil reveals that—and moreJuly 11, 2023 – This dog-size dinosaur called Psittacosaurus is stunningly well-preserved and has revolutionized paleontologists’ understanding of dinosaur skin.
Reimagining DinosaursOctober 01, 2020 – National Geographic stories take you on a journey that’s always enlightening, often surprising, and unfailingly fascinating. This month—reimagining dinosaurs
Early spinosaur bones reveal the rise of an unusual dinosaur dynastyMay 18, 2023 – The discovery of yet more spinosaur bones in Spain—one of the oldest known spinosaur species ever found—underscores that this river monster’s family tree originates in western Europe.
Unique 'spear lord' dinosaur to be returned to BrazilJuly 20, 2022 – The fossil will be repatriated from a German museum after outcries that it left South America under unethical—and possibly illegal—circumstances.