|Welcome to Dinopedia|
|anyone can edit.|
|Providing 2,446 articles and 6,617 images since April 8, 2005|
|Featured Article (March 2015)|
| Tyrannosaurus rex and Carcharodontosaurus, but smaller than Spinosaurus.
Giganotosaurus carolinii was named for Ruben Carolini, an amateur fossil hunter, who discovered the fossils in the deposits of the Rio Limay Formation of Patagonia, southern Argentina, in 1993. It was published by Rodolfo Coria and Leonardo Salgado in the journal Nature in 1995. (Read more...)
|Read previous featured articles • Nominate future articles|
Out with the Chat, in with the Forum!
The Dinosaur rules posted a reply
What if dinosaurs didn't die out?
0Wonder0 started a discussion
|Create an Article|
| To create a Dinosaur related article, type a title in the box below, and click Create article. But before you do, please check if the article already exists on a different name.
|Fossil remains of a Triassic crocodylomorph has been discovered in the Pekin Formation of North Carolina Carnufex, a seven metre long animal, is perhaps the last apex predator before the arrival of the dinosaurs. A ScienceDaily report can be found here.|
|Protein sequencing has resolved some of the mysteries behind the strange South American mammals. According to scientific findings, many of the odd prehistoric fauna were more closely related to horses than animals such as elephants. A ScienceDaily report can be found here.|
|Read previous news stories|
|We need your help|
|Dinopedia is a constantly growing encyclopedia of dinosaur knowledge. To help the wiki grow, use the search tools provided to find a section of the wiki to help improve. You can improve the wiki by adding more accurate or current information, images, data, and much more. Look around and see how you might like to contribute!|