Photo worth seeing: Dinosaurs – giants of prehistoric times

A study sheds light on when dinosaurs might have developed the ability to regulate body temperature, which they passed on to birds… more

An examination of the fine structure of mysterious fossils from Europe suggests that they belonged to ichthyosaur mandibles that may have been over 25 meters long… more

New hypothesis on the origin of flight feather development: Small dinosaurs may have initially used their feathers to drive insects out of their hiding places, researchers say… more

The children’s non-fiction book “The Dinosaur in the Rock” tells the stories of the first paleontologists who discovered fossils of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. The beautifully illustrated book is not only suitable for children and young people aged 10 and over, but can also be enjoyed by adults… more

Most of the countless books about dinosaurs remain on the surface. The book “Great Giants” by Armin Schmitt is completely different. The paleontologist has been a dinosaur fan since his childhood, has been involved in excavations and tells vivid stories about them… more

A long-legged bird-like dinosaur from the Late Jurassic of China sheds new light on the evolution of birds and the terrestrial ecosystem of the time… more

Small dinosaurs were also on the menu of some mammals of the Cretaceous period, the characteristics of a double fossil suggest… more

Reviving times long past is something that not only paleontologists dream of. Thomas Halliday took such a journey into the past. From the present, he takes the reader deeper into the history of the earth with each chapter. His book “Primitive Worlds” impresses with an astonishing wealth of scientific facts… more

Sentence after sentence, page after page, the American science journalist Riley Black pulls us irresistibly through the inferno of a dying world. The world of dinosaurs, which were the predominant life form on Earth for 200 million years. A non-fiction book, as exciting as a crime novel… more

When the spinosaur Irritator challengeri opened its snout while fishing, lower jaw structures spread and thus expanded its pharynx, study results suggest… more

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