Dinosaurs - the word conjures up images of gigantic creatures like the majestic Diplodocus or the terrifying T. Rex. First classified in the late 17th century as terrible lizards (a misnomer given they are not reptiles at all), much of what we have learnt has been through careful study of dinosaur fossils, giving us clues about the ancient animals that roamed the Earth 230 - 66 million years ago. Of course not all of this information was faithfully replicated in Jurassic Park, but who are we to argue with Hollywood.
Rather than being slow, lumbering and a bit stupid, dinosaurs were smart and nimble-brained – just ask the palaeontologists who are peering deep inside the fossilised skulls of these prehistoric animals.
T. Rex might be king of the dinosaurs, but it looks like his court was home to more than a few jesters - here are some of the most unusual, bizarre, and downright weird dinosaurs to have roamed the planet.
Every week we search for the best photos and images from the worlds of science, technology and nature: this week we found incredible images of the Mercury transit, a tea-making robot and a giant panda.
On the eve of his 90th birthday, we talk to Sir David Attenborough about his illustrious career and spills the beans on his worst ever experience in the natural world.