The Rise And Fall Of The Dinosaurs will take you on a thrilling journey through the latest understanding of these fascinating creatures
The Paleontologist Unearthing The Ancient Birdsong Of The Dinosaurs
The story behind Dr. Julia Clarke and a full lecture from one of the leading experts in dinosaur vocalization and bird evolution
A Toothsome Spinosaurus Bed Keeps The Charismatic Theropod Plunged In The River
I am always amazed when I see a bird dive into the water, only to emerge moments later, flying again with a prize fish dinner secured in its beak. The two things, birds and the water, seem opposed to me. So imagine how I feel reading report after report that the frighteningly enormous theropod Spinosaurus […]
The Trackway at Dinosaur State Park
About The Trackway at Dinosaur State Park I have never had the opportunity to frequent the trackway at Dinosaur State Park, or anything at Dinosaur State Park for that matter. It’s on my bucket list. For today though, I’d like to take a look at some of what Dinosaur State Park has to offer for […]
Just How Big Was Microvenator?
Microvenator is an unusual, almost bird like oviraptorosaurian, that most likely featured feathers and a short, sharp beak. Although this theropod stood only two and a half feet tall, this carnivore took its advantage in sheer speed. Where larger, clumsier carnivores were often outrun by their prey items, Microvenator gave every meal a run for […]
Just How Big Was Mamenchisaurus?
Mamenchisaurus, a Huge Sauropod Mamenchisaurus is an incredibly large sauropod of the late Jurassic period. One of the most notable features of this herbivorous beast is it’s amazingly long neck. Researchers state that the neck of this dinosaur made up more than half of its total length! The recognition of dinosaur with the longest neck […]