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  • Ancient Reptiles Gave Birth to Offspring H...(01:00)
  • The fossil of a pregnant ancient reptile, known as ichthyosaur, found by archaeologists working in China shows that the prehistoric reptiles gave birt...
  • Date: February 14, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Scientists Reconstruct How Ancient Sea Rep...(00:57)
  • According to a new study from researchers at Lund University in Sweden, fossilized remains from three extinct ancient reptiles that lived in the sea s...
  • Date: January 10, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Fossils Reveal Ancient Flying Reptile With...(01:45)
  • Newly found fossils reveal a previously unknown species of flying reptile with a really weird head, which some say looks like a butterfly.
  • Date: August 14, 2014
  • Source: Newsy
  • Newly Discovered Flying Dinosaur Found In ...(01:09)
  • Fossils of extinct species from our planet’s ancient past are still being uncovered around the world. Researchers working in the Caiuá desert of Brazi...
  • Date: August 15, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Dinosaurs Were Warm-Blooded Like Mammals(00:56)
  • Call it the latest salvo in the not-so-heated debate over whether dinosaurs were hot- or cold-blooded.
  • Date: July 20, 2013
  • Source: HuffPost Live Highlights
  • Aggressive Monitor Lizard Captured By Poli...(01:03)
  • Savannah monitor lizards are sometimes kept as pets and generally speaking, they’re known to be pretty docile. However, officers from the Huntington P...
  • Date: September 16, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • 'Very Aggressive' Reptile Roaming Streets ...(00:32)
  • A "large" and "very aggressive" reptile that was on the loose in California was captured by police Monday morning. Huntington Park police have not re...
  • Date: September 16, 2014
  • Source: KTLA
  • How the Shovel-Nose Snake Swims in Sand(01:28)
  • X-ray videos show that a slender, flexible body and smooth skin allow the shovel-nose snake to move efficiently through sand. By: David Frank
  • Date: January 13, 2015
  • Source: The New York Times