The sign makes me smile every time. It was made when the massive sauropod dinosaurs were thought to spend most of their time in water
October 05, 2011 | By Brian Switek
The show's setting in a lush, 85-million-year-old jungle may be unique, but the tempo follows many of the standard TV tropes.
October 04, 2011 | By Brian Switek
A visit to Munich meant a pilgrimage to the paleontology museum
September 30, 2011 | By Brian Wolly
The feathered dinosaurs do have feathers, and the cannibalism storyline is solid, but it's a shame to see venomous Sinornithosaurus and the old "dino gangs" trap
September 29, 2011 | By Brian Switek
How many students are still meeting outdated dinosaurs, rather than the dinosaurs we now know?
September 28, 2011 | By Brian Switek
The show borrows heavily from other sci-fi sources and the first episode was heavy on exposition. But what about the dinosaurs?
September 27, 2011 | By Brian Switek
Paleontologists typically have only a handful of specimens, represented by incomplete materials, from a range of sites spanning millions of years
September 26, 2011 | By Brian Switek
For the first time in 65 million years, non-avian dinosaurs roam the planet—and the best we can do is turn 'em into chunky cat food
September 23, 2011 | By Brian Switek
Tyrannosaurus gets a lot of guff for having small hands, but if we're going to poke fun at any dinosaur for having wimpy forelimbs, it should probably be the "meat-eating bull"
September 22, 2011 | By Brian Switek
In it's own weird way, Raptor is the matryoshka doll of awful dinosaur cinema
September 21, 2011 | By Brian Switek
The find may help sort out the history of troodontid dinosaurs in North America
September 20, 2011 | By Brian Switek
What sets the program apart is the fact that science is woven into each episode, whether it's Carcharodontosaurus duking it out or spinosaurs hunting
September 19, 2011 | By Brian Switek
NPR's Tyrannosaurus tribute features fossil hunter Barnum Brown, skeleton news and short videos of a Tyrannosaurus strutting to "Stayin' Alive"
September 16, 2011 | By Brian Switek
Linhevenator may not have used its arms to capture prey in the same way as its kin, even if it did have a specialized killing claw
September 15, 2011 | By Brian Switek
What do you think—which of these films most deserved to make it to the big screen?
September 13, 2011 | By Brian Switek
The Apatosaurus drags its tail, the Tyrannosaurus takes up a Godzilla-like posture and poor Velociraptor couldn't hold a glass of wine even if it wanted to
September 12, 2011 | By Brian Switek
A tiny, 112-million-year-old impression of a baby armored dinosaur shows the head and the underside of its body
September 09, 2011 | By Brian Switek
Depictions of dinosaurs in movies, documentaries, books and museum displays are going to lag behind the latest science, and the dinosaurs we adore during childhood tend to stick with us
September 08, 2011 | By Brian Switek
Tippett's "Prehistoric Beast" remains one of the best dinosaur films ever made. What could he have accomplished with "Dinosaur"?
September 07, 2011 | By Brian Switek
The monster got its start as a science experiment that escaped to Decatur, Georgia—although, technically, I am not sure if Bookzilla counts
September 06, 2011 | By Brian Switek