BBC Nature Dinosaurs

12 August 2014 Last updated at 15:32

Do dinosaurs still live among us?Tyrannosaurus rex skull (c) Mark Williamson / Science Photo Library

One group of dinosaurs survived and can be seen today

Femur'Biggest dinosaur ever' discovered

A new species of titanosaur unearthed in Argentina is the largest animal ever to walk the Earth, palaeontologists say. BBC News

Reconstruction of Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus, a new feathered basal ornithischian dinosaur 'Fluffy' dinosaurs were widespread

A discovery of 150 million year old fossils in Siberia indicates that feathers were much more widespread among dinosaurs than previously thought. BBC News

Dinosaur features

DinosaursTerrible lizards

Meet the dominant land animals for 160 million years


  • SpinosaurusLife on ancient Earth

    Walk with the dinosaurs and beasts of long ago and uncover the dramatic story of life on Earth

  • Tyrannosaurus rexTyrannosaurus rex

    The 'tyrant lizard king' that ruled North America during the late Cretaceous period

  • The Jurassic PeriodJurassic Period

    Explore life as it as was 200 million years ago

  • Asteroid strikeDeath of the dinosaurs

    The asteroid strike famed for the extinction of all non-avian dinosaurs

  • Stegosaurus

    The Jurassic plant-eating dinosaur that was only the size of a bus

  • Fossils

    See the evidence of ancient life forms preserved by natural processes

  • Winged reptiles

    Pterosaurs, also known as pterodactyls, were the first vertebrates to evolve powered flight

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