New fossils unearthed in China cast light on the evolution of today's fliers.
Is there still such a thing as a plesiosaur? What do we know about them?
At six feet in length, this two legged plant eater was about the size of a large dog with a strange domed head.
This description sure doesn't sound like the penguin we know today, but it is actually one of its great ancestors!
We may never know if the chicken or the egg came first, but scientists have discovered a fossil that sheds light on how turtles got their shells.
It would take a lot of stuffing to fill this Jurassic turkey.
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Did dinosaurs take an interest in parenting? Find out on this Moment of Science.
What's a fly doing in Antarctica? Find out on this Moment of Science.
The topic of Today's Moment of Science is fossilized fecal matter. You heard me. Fecal matter, feces, poop, whichever you prefer.