Two new species of dinosaurs that belong to the sauropod family were unearthed in China. The names of the new species are derived from 'titan,' as the creatures come in a massive size comparable with the modern-day blue whale.
An examination of a recently-excavated bird fossil suggests that their unique brain shape might have helped these early birds survive the Chicxulub asteroid impact - an extinction event that wiped out nonavian dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
A new microsaur species was found at the Mazon Creek in Illinois. The microsaur, named after Thor's nemesis 'World Serpent,' may contribute new revelations about the adaptive characteristics of prehistoric reptiles.