The fossils of two interrelated ancestral mammals, Agilodocodon scansorius and Docofossor brachydactylus, newly discovered in China, suggest that the wide-ranging ecological diversity of modern mammals had a precedent more than 160 million years ago.
Maiasaura is a type of hadrosaur, or duck-billed dinosaur that lived in what is now western Montana late in the Cretaceous Period. Bones of adult Maiaisaura have been discovered near fossilized nests containing eggs and babies of this dinosaur. Together with additional clues, these finds have convinced many scientists that these and other hadrosaurs nurtured their young after hatching.
10.23.2014 This is Deinocheirus mirificus, which translates to "unusual, horrible hand." He's a new, old creature announced by the paleontologists at the Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (Kigam) in South Korea. In the 1960s, scientists discovered excessively long arms belonging to a dinosaur of unknown type. They couldn't find the rest. However, as the BBC reports, now the rest of its body has been disinterred. See video.
In expeditions led by American paleontologist, Paul Sereno, in 1997 and the follow-up trip in 2000 the above pictured, huge croc skull was discovered in Niger @ the Elrhaz Formation. This species of croc has been named, Sarcosuchus (/ˌsɑrkɵˈsuːkəs/; meaning "flesh crocodile"). It was twice as long as today's saltwater crocodile and weighed up to 8 tons. If full grown, it would have been large enough to take down a T-Rex. Evolutionists say it lived 112 million years ago based on the layer…
In 1996 the scientific world was stunned to learn that a fossil dinosaur with feathers had been found in China. The animal, shown in a artist's reconstruction, was Sinosauropteryx, a turkey-size meat-eating dinosaur distantly related to Tyrannosaurus rex.