Canadian paleontologist Wendy Sloboda is a legend in her field. She's a self-taught dinosaur-hunter with a sixth sense for finding important fossils.
The skeletons of an Allosaurus and a Diplodocus were bought by a foreign buyer for more than €1.4 million each.
Vandals have taken a hammer to a 115 million year-old dinosaur footprint at a world renowned site in Australia, with officials Wednesday slamming the "sad and callous" act.
Researchers have unearthed the earliest known fossil evidence of an insect of the butterfly order. It reveals that these animals fluttered about 200 million years ago – even before flowering plants came along.
A few million years after the dinosuars went extinct a large, beefy, penguin rose to prominence in New Zealand. It wouldn't have been the kind of bird people could catch or kill — it could easily overpower a man.
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