Instant Genius: Dinosaurs

Everything you need to know about dinosaurs, from how they thought, to what Jurassic Park got wrong.

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Scientists have discovered that feathery dinosaurs were even more widespread than previously thought.

New discoveries of dinosaurs’ colours and patterns are revealing how these ancient technicolour beasts lived.

Whatever Jurassic Park would have you believe, dinosaurs roaming the Earth today might need a bit more puff if they want to catch up with hapless tourists.

The scans reveal that the dinosaurs’ skulls developed in a remarkably similar way to those of today’s chickens, crocodiles, and lizards.

The discovery of the remains of the first aquatic dinosaur, Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, in Morocco has been described as ‘game-changing’.

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The Natural History Museum's 'Dippy' the diplodocus skeleton is about to be become a giant 3D jigsaw.

T. rex's extraordinary senses helped it to be one of the greatest hunters to walk the Earth.

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Dinosaurs weren’t just green and black. Recent research allowed scientists to unveil the true colours of one of these prehistoric animals.

Steve Brusatte The truth about dinosaurs

The image of dinosaurs as drab, slow-witted reptilians is slowly being overturned - we talk to palaeontologist Steve Brusatte to find out how.

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