Feathers May Have Helped Dinosaurs Beat Cold

Traditionally understood as warm-loving animals, dinosaurs lived and thrived in the arctic, suggest a study by Chinese and American researchers.

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A Dino Locked Inside A Bird Skull

A tiny bird skull uncovered in China provides clues to early birds’ jaws sharing similar functions with their dinosaur ancestors than modern birds.

Asian Scientist Magazine’s June 2021 Roundup

Across Asia, scientists are uncovering the paths walked by ancient animals and looking for new ways to tackle dengue and climate change.

Tell-Tail Signs Of A New Asian Dinosaur

Based on its highly distinctive tail, scientists have uncovered the remains of a large dinosaur known as a rebbachisaurid in Uzbekistan—the first of its kind in Asia.

Asian Scientist Magazine’s March 2021 Roundup

Embark on a billion-year scientific odyssey through Asian Scientist Magazine’s top stories from March 2021.

Digging Deep Into Ankylosaurid Behavior

Best known for their heavily fortified exterior, ankylosaurids may have also defended themselves against large land predators through digging.

Caught In the Act: Fossilized Remains Of A Nesting Dinosaur

For the first time ever, scientists have found a 70 million year old fossil in China capturing a dinosaur nesting on a clutch of unhatched eggs.

Scientists In Japan Uncover New Dinosaur Species

The researchers have named the duck-billed dinosaur Kamuysaurus japonicus, or the deity of Japanese dinosaurs.

Two Thai Dinosaur Species Related To T. Rex

Analyzing fossils found 30 years ago, researchers have identified two new dinosaur species from Thailand.

How Dinosaurs May Have Learned To Fly

Running may have made dinosaurs’ proto-wings flap, a precursor action to flight, say scientists in China.