Latest Dinosaur Facts
Discover the captivating history of dinosaurs with our timeline, unveiling the story of these magnificent creatures from their early beginnings to their dramatic end. Dive into the prehistoric world and explore the iconic dinosaurs that shaped the Mesozoic Era.
By definition, ‘water dinosaurs’ didn’t actually exist…! They are referred to as ‘marine’ or ‘aquatic’ reptiles.
From the small Compsognathus, made famous by the Jurassic Park movies, to the lumbering and long-necked Camarasaurus, there’s lots of interesting dinosaurs beginning with the letter C.
The Baryonyx dinosaur may have been the only theropod to have a fish-eating diet.
Find out which dinosaur has the longest name, as well as other long-named dinos!
The Pachycephalosaurus was known as the dinosaur with the bump on its head. Find out what it was used for and more.
Find out more about the stumpy but caring Protoceratops dinosaur, and their huge frilled skull.
From the mischievous Bambiraptor to the mighty Brontosaurus, take a look at these dinosaurs beginning with the letter ‘B’.
From the Aardonyx to the Avimimus, take a look at these dinosaurs beginning with the letter ‘A’.
The name Velociraptor comes comes from two Latin words, meaning “speed” and “robber”.
It was once believed that the Stegosaurus had two brains, one in it’s head and one in it’s butt! This has since been debunked.
Despite common beliefs, there were no marine dinosaurs, but there were huge marine reptiles.
The T-Rex name comes from Greek and Latin words meaning, “Tyrant Lizard King”.
The name Triceratops comes from the Greek language, with ‘tri’ meaning three and ‘keratops’ meaning horned face.