Giant Prehistoric Frog Capable of Tackling Small Dinosaurs Ever since it was formally named and described back in 2008, the beach-ball-sized Late Cretaceous frog Beelzebufo (B. ampinga) has fascinated scientists. The fossil record of frogs (Order Anura), is very poor, although these small, usually unobtrusive creatures have a long evolutionary history. Imagine the surprise of
Scientists say that a large, now extinct, frog called Beelzebufo that lived about 68 million years ago in Madagascar would have been capable of eating small dinosaurs.
Pictar may sound like a dinosaur, but it’s actually a clever solution to the modern day problem of awkwardly taking a one-handed selfie while trying not to drop your phone on your face. Not only does the Pictar One Plus camera grip case...Show More Summary
The best known sauropod dinosaurs were huge herbivorous creatures, whose brain structures were markedly different from those of their evolutionary predecessors, for the earliest representatives of the group were small, lithe carnivo...
(Phys.org)—A team of researchers from Germany and the U.S. has found that a non-avian dinosaur living in what is now China laid colored eggs. In their paper published on the peer-reviewed site PeerJ, the team describes their study of the egg fossils and what their findings suggest about the evolution of colored eggs in modern birds.
The Q&A format is a very popular one for children's dinosaur books, and indeed I've covered a few during my invaluably spent time writing for LITC. However, this one's a little special, and that's because it was sent to me by long-time reader Herman Diaz via airmail, all the way from the US. Show More Summary
By now, you're probably aware that Ariel Winter's Instagram is more popular within the key demographic than her lumbering dinosaur of a sitcom. The actress' racy selfies have made her a favorite on social media and in the tabloids, but...Show More Summary
Papo New Releases and Retirements (Les Dinosaures) Just arrived at Everything Dinosaur, a limited edition Papo gift box dinosaur model set. The Papo special edition gift box features two dinosaurs, a Papo juvenile Spinosaurus and a Papo Ceratosaurus. The Papo Juvenile Spinosaurus is a new figure, Everything Dinosaur team members saw this model around twelve
Having just played You're Living All Over Me in full at Riot Fest, Dinosaur Jr are continuing on tour with Negative Approach frontman John Brannon's band Easy Action... Continue reading…
Every new version of iOS in the last decade — just saying this makes feel like a dinosaur — has always put the iPhone first. Not this year: iOS 11 is the iPad's time to shine. iPhone users will notice a good many tweaked changes to features...Show More Summary
The next Tomb Raider movie, the first starring Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft, now has an official poster - and fans don't like it. Fans have dubbed Vikander's pose as "photoshopped", and compared its appearance to that of a dinosaur or giraffe as Lara cranes her face around to look at the camera. Show More Summary
APPARENTLY BECOMING BIRD-BRAINED WAS A STEP UP: Scientists track the brain-skull transition from dinosaurs to birds.
Do kids really need to know anything about 'evolution' or 'climate change' or 'gravity'? Will they ever really USE it?
In addition to Jawbreaker and Cap'n Jazz, Riot Fest Sunday included Paramore, Dinosaur Jr (playing You're Living All Over Me), Built to Spill (playing Keep It Like A Secret), Prophets of Rage, TV on the Radio, GWAR, and more... Continue reading…
After Alyssa Hacker's toddler son, Owen, grabbed three dinosaur stuffed animals off a shelf in Target recently, it wasn't the young boy left crying over having to pick just one of the toys before checkout, but his mom. As the pair were looking over the dinosaurs, trying to pick which one to take home, Owen yelled "Hi!" at a passing stranger. Show More Summary
Sounds like: The Jungle Giants, Last Dinosaurs, The Wombats What's so good? San Cisco's Jordi, who is the guitarist and singer-songwriter for the band, explains 'San Cisco' as "a place situated between reality & a dream state. It...Show More Summary
Tarbosaurus: I'm Very Loud! by Moona Dinosaurs were most likely fond of making noise whenever they were out on the town strutting their stuff, and their voices must have been quite loud and forceful compared to our puny human voices....Show More Summary
Bigger Brains of Birds Require Skull Modification Most scientists agree that a group of dinosaurs, members of the Maniraptora clade, evolved into Aves. We now have two distinct parts to the Order Dinosauria, the extinct non-avian dinosaurs and their closely related, extant kin, the avian dinosaurs (birds). A lot of research has been undertaken in