In Australia, researchers discovered a new species of crocodile that lived about 95 million years ago and ate a dinosaur as its final meal.
During the Mesozoic, marine reptiles known as ichthyosaurs dominated the oceans for approximately 160 million years. At the beginning of the 19th century, curiosity over their peculiar fossils led to the development of paleontology.
The discovery of a particularly well-preserved duck-billed hadrosaur in North Dakota raises the possibility that there are more mummified dinosaur than previously thought.
Paleontologists have uncovered a new crocodile species that lived with the last dinosaurs and laid the thickest eggs ever discovered.