Posts in: dinosaurs

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Fleshing it out

Fleshing it out

Behind the scenes, Rebecca Meah builds models of dinosaurs and other animals for museum exhibitions

By | Posted March 21, 2016

What's in a name?

What’s in a name?

The blurred lines between reptiles, dinosaurs and birds

By | Posted August 21, 2015

Sauropods turning heads

Sauropods turning heads

What a new discovery can tell us about the necks of the largest dinosaurs

By | Posted February 25, 2013

From plaster to programming

From plaster to programming

How borrowed technologies are changing paleontology

By | Posted June 7, 2012

Dwarf chameleons, love vs. lust and CHOCOLATE

Dwarf chameleons, love vs. lust and CHOCOLATE

Our favorites from the week

By | Posted February 17, 2012

One dinosaur too many?

One dinosaur too many?

Jack Horner works to reclassify dinosaur species

By | Posted February 2, 2012

Broken hearts, spring flowers, and sexy statistics

Broken hearts, spring flowers, and sexy statistics

Our staff writers bring you their favorite links from the week.

By | Posted April 8, 2011

Biologists Discover How Prehistoric Flying Reptiles Stayed Aloft

Biologists Discover How Prehistoric Flying Reptiles Stayed Aloft

By | Posted February 20, 2009

Dinosaurs Roaring Ahead, by Accident

Dinosaurs Roaring Ahead, by Accident

How a little luck—and a large extinction—aided dinosaurs’ dominance.

By | Posted October 31, 2008

Welcome to T-Rex U

Welcome to T-Rex U

For the first time in America, a natural history museum is handing out diplomas.

By | Posted January 16, 2008

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