Those Tiny T. Rex Arms Appear Little Used, Researchers SayIt turns out The Field Museum's Tyrannosaurus, Sue, didn't use those tiny arms very much. At least that's the initial conclusion from a detailed look at the fossil's right forelimb.
Discover The DinosaursIt's been about 66 millions years since Dinosaurs roamed these parts, but they are back this weekend in Dallas. JD Ryan is Around Town with your ticket to ride them.
Jurassic Quest Coming To Fair ParkA big, family friendly Dinosaur event is going on this weekend.
Go Interactive & Prehistoric At The Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo ShowThe Majestic Theater is going prehistoric this weekend with Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live!
Dinosaur Skeleton Sold By Dallas-Based Auction House Returned To Mongolia It may be the first time a dead dinosaur is flying for free. U.S. authorities in New York are returning a 70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus skeleton to the Mongolian government this week.
Florida Fossils Dealer Seeks Dinosaur's ReturnA Florida fossils dealer whose dinosaur was seized by the U.S. government so that it could be given to the government of Mongolia is demanding that it be given back to him.
Government Seizes Dinosaur Sold By Dallas-Based AuctionThe U.S. government has seized a dinosaur skeleton, sold by a Dallas-based auction house, in New York City. Officials say the fossil was unjustly taken from Mongolia.
Judge Says U.S. Can Seize Dinosaur SkeletonAn unusual arrest warrant was issued Tuesday when a judge authorized the Department of Homeland Security to seize a dinosaur from an art storage company.
Dallas-Based Auction House Reaches Agreement In Dinosaur DisputeThe Mongolian government and a Dallas-based auction house have agreed to cooperate to try to resolve their dispute over a dinosaur fossil that was sold despite a court order.
Campaign To Save Fort Worth Fossilized Dinosaur TracksSome fossilized tracks housed in a small building outside the Texas Memorial Museum tell the story of two beasts. Two dinosaurs, along an ancient sea near present-day Fort Worth, tramped through coastal mud.
Dallas Researchers Chip Away At Dinosaur BonesIn the bowels of the Museum of Nature & Science in Fair Park, Tommy Diamond sat hunched over what looked like a huge boulder of plaster. He spends eight hours (or more) a day chipping away at the vertebra of an Alamosaurus.