If the dinosaurs hadn't died out, would they have gone on to develop into an intelligent civilization ?
The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs was enormous - but it was by no means the largest ever to hit our planet.
An intriguing impact crater on the ocean floor seems to be the same age as the impact that wiped out the dinosaurs.
A new type of flying reptile from the age of the dinosaurs has been unearthed in the Andes mountains.
Palaeontologists believe that they may have found one of the victims of the extinction event that ended the dinosaurs.
Palaeontologists have discovered fragments of the asteroid that brought about the demise of the dinosaurs.
Comparisons with today's largest living land animals may not be quite as accurate as first thought.
New research suggests that what we know as T. rex might have actually been three distinct species of dinosaur.
Palaeontologists have discovered a new species of prehistoric crocodile that once feasted upon small dinosaurs.
Respiratory infections are not unique to modern times - even the dinosaurs fell ill from time to time.
Strange tracks left by giant sauropod dinosaurs have been leaving experts scratching their heads.
Even the fiercest dinosaurs may have wagged their tails back and forth when running and walking.
A new study has shown that the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs also gave birth to the Amazon rainforest.
A chance fossil discovery in Morocco has indicated that some dinosaurs swam vast distances across the sea.
Palaeontologists have revealed for the first time that even the dinosaurs suffered from cancer.
The destructiveness of the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs wasn't just down to its large size.
Scientists have identified a region of Africa that was once dominated by a wide variety of predatory dinosaurs.
Scientists have identified the fossil skull of what is thought to be the earliest ancestor of modern chickens.
A new study has suggested that it was an asteroid strike, not volcanism, that ultimately wiped out the dinosaurs.
A new study has revealed how long it took for the world's oceans to recover after the death of the dinosaurs.