Palaeontologists have discovered one large prehistoric fossil reptile inside the belly of another, larger predator.
Palaeontologists have discovered the fossil remains of a 70 million-year-old carnivorous fish in Patagonia.
Scientists have analyzed the stomach contents of the well-preserved remains of an armor-plated dinosaur.
Scientists from Texas have identified the tiny fossil of a millipede that lived more than 425 million years ago.
Scientists in Australia have unearthed a gargantuan kangaroo and a giant lizard the size of a car.
Palaeontologists have discovered the fossil remains of a huge raptor dating back 70 million years.
Scientists have unearthed the fossil remains of three new species of prehistoric winged reptile in Morocco.
Scientists have identified the fossil skull of what is thought to be the earliest ancestor of modern chickens.
One of the smallest ever dinosaur fossils has been found remarkably well preserved in a chunk of amber.
Scientists have discovered dozens of fossilized footprints on the picturesque Isle of Skye in Scotland.
Palaeontologists report that they have retrieved DNA from dinosaur fossils dating back to the Cretaceous.
The well-preserved fossil remains of a 330 million-year-old shark have been discovered in a cave in Kentucky.
Researchers have shed new light on a trail of fossil footprints found along the side of an extinct volcano.
Palaeontologists have compared the feathers of a 120 million-year-old dinosaur to those of modern birds.
Standing up to three meters tall, Gigantopithecus was the largest ape to ever walk the face of the Earth.
Not only is the fossil a new species but it is also the earliest known Stegosaurus specimen ever discovered.
Palaeontologists have identified the fossil remains of an enormous species of penguin that lived in New Zealand.
Scientists have identified an extinct species of giant parrot that weighed 15lbs and stood up to 3ft in height.
Palaeontologists have unearthed the fossil remains of a gargantuan condor 12 kilometers south of San Pedro.
Scientists have unearthed the fossil remains of a gargantuan marine reptile from the time of the dinosaurs.