Are you a diKNOWsaur or a diNOPEsaur?
Let us all be thankful we don’t live in the age of the giant scorpion.
Use this information at your own risk.
This is one creative way to update the kid’s parents.
Fact check: The triceratops became extinct 66 million years ago. The director of Jurassic Park has never shot one for sport.
Who knew dinosaurs were so weird?
Just try not to cause any major space-time continuum paradoxes, OK?
NSFW if you work with dinosaurs.
“All my friends are dead :(” – this dinosaur.
Sure we landed on the moon, but what’s up with ice being slippery?
Because of course there is.
Featuring a whale with legs and a vegetarian crocodile. From Julius Csotonyi’s new book of paleoart.
I traveled to the Creature Shop for an exclusive look at what’s under the fur. Here’s what the mentors from Syfy’s Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge had to say about their creations.
The Renaissance was a time of really big collars. And peril.
Plus the biggest party schools in every state in the U.S., 25 stores and what they should actually be named, and the never-ending wonders of extreme makeup techniques.
Everything you knew about the 3rd grade was a LIE!
Where do you fall in the food chain?
Here’s what they didn’t talk about in the Bill Nye–Ken Ham debate.
Billionaire opens Palmersaurus theme park. Animatronic dinosaurs spark giggles.
The beloved naturalist has teamed up with the Natural History Museum for an exciting 3D TV special.
Dinovember is everything you could ever want.
Meet Refe Tuma, a writer, community manager and contributing editor at Paper Darts. He’s also an amazing dad. Every November, he dedicates his time to his kids the best way possible: convincing them that their plastic dinosaurs come to life at night.
Everyone remembers how bad-ass T-Rex was, but let’s take a moment to talk about these evolutionary drunkards.
How DID they clone the plants? We demand answers to these burning questions.
BRB, eBaying all of these toys right now.