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Hypsilophodon foxii was one of the first dinosaurs discovered. This small, plant-eating animal was first discovered in 1849, a mere seven years after Sir Richard Owen coined the term dinosaur.
Tyrannasaurus rex, first described in 1905, this “tyrant lizard king” still holds the crown as the largest and most fearsome terrestrial predator ever discovered in North America. Since T. rex is found only in Flood deposits, our knowledge of this great animal is limited to his fossilized remains.
The sauropods (“lizard feet”) included the largest land animals in history. With fossils on every continent, sauropods are easily recognized by their extremely long necks and tails, which are anchored to a huge body and held up by towering legs. How do you support and move all that bulk?
A newly uncovered dinosaur, Albertaceratops nesmoi, had horns about three–feet long (located right above its eyebrows). In the evolutionists’ timeline, dinosaurs that were older than this one had larger horns, and the ones that followed had smaller horns. Hence, evolutionists say, this creature represents a middle step.
In this study, I analyzed a theropod dinosaur group, Tyrannosauroidea, through the use of statistical baraminology.PDF Download
Did ancient ichthyosaurs march from land to sea in Triassic China?
Massive Dreadnoughtus said to shed light on the evolution of gigantism.
Dinosaur skull changes the face of tyrannosaurus expectations and leads to speculation about ancient Arctic animal populations.
The paleontologist who found the crested duck-billed dinosaur was correct that preservation of soft tissue demands special conditions, in particular, rapid burial.
If a Parasaurolophus daddy sang bass, little brother was able to join right in there.
In all the hoopla about the really big dinosaurs, the little ones get forgotten.
Contrary to popular portrayals of T. Rex as an ungainly brute who lumbered onto the scene millions of years ago, he was regally designed.
T. rex is one of the best-known dinosaurs, and among the things T. rex is known for are its almost humorously short, weak arms. Many herbivorous dinosaurs, meanwhile, had four powerful legs but no arms. But a newly discovered dinosaur appears to have been something of a hybrid: it stood on only two hind legs, like T. rex, but sported arms with powerful hands.
T. rex, you’ve just been taken down a notch.
The discovery of dinosaur fossils in Antarctica forces us to ask what extreme changes caused heat-loving dinosaurs to wind up on this ice-covered continent.
A new fossil discovery tells evolutionists that some of dinosaurs’ supposed ancestors were on the scene ten million years earlier than was thought. What does the find tell creationists?
The biggest of dinosaurs were some of the long-neck sauropods.
What do dinosaur bones found in the far north of Alaska say about the creatures?
Researchers are confused as to what a giant, duck-billed, many-toothed dinosaur would eat.
New research suggests that tyrannosaurus rexes were quite slow.
Evolutionary scientists were excited when they discovered a dinosaur with medium-sized horns.
How do creationists respond to evolutionists who tout “evolution actually works” with the newest dinosaur find?
Based on what we have found so far in the fossil record, sauropods were likely the largest family of land creatures ever to walk the earth.
Take a look at the fine print. Notice where it says that the “tinted” areas indicate “solid” fossil evidence.
In 1989, the biomechanics expert R. McNeill Alexander proposed that Sauropods may have used their tails as whips.
The origin of marine reptiles is a particular problem for evolution, for evolutionists claim that these reptiles have actually gone from the land back into the water.