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One group of dinosaurs survived and can be seen today
Scientists are now creating ever more accurate reproductions of dinosaurs.
A decade of discovery has unearthed a new world of dinosaurs.
A fossil found in the UK belonged to the world's largest toothed pterosaur.
Deepest tooth marks reveal dinosaurs’ meat-eating habits.
- Scientists hail dinosaur discovery02:38
- 'Biggest dinosaur ever' discovered01:15
- 'World's heaviest' dinosaur discovered01:20
- 'Pinocchio rex' discovered in China01:21
- Fleshing out T-rex bones
- Giants of the Jurassic
- Were the dinosaurs doomed?03:16
- Immortal combat
- Bird-like dinosaur found with eggs01:25
- Domination to extinction
- Scientists recreate T. rex bite01:21
Walk with the dinosaurs and beasts of long ago and uncover the dramatic story of life on Earth
The 'tyrant lizard king' that ruled North America during the late Cretaceous period
Explore life as it as was 200 million years ago
The asteroid strike famed for the extinction of all non-avian dinosaurs
The Jurassic plant-eating dinosaur that was only the size of a bus
See the evidence of ancient life forms preserved by natural processes
Pterosaurs, also known as pterodactyls, were the first vertebrates to evolve powered flight