Does "Megalodon: The New Evidence" really prove that this giant shark still prowls the world's oceans? Don't bet your chum bucket.
Did this four-winged dinosaur actually fly?
Not all prehistoric animals bearing the Greek root "titan" in their names were equally titanic. Here are 10 notable candidates, ranked for fearsomeness according to our 10-point "titanic" scale.
Not ever prehistoric animal with "mega" in its name is equally impressive. Here's a list of 10 "mega" beasts and how they measure up by modern standards.
Despite its name, it wasn't really the "first hadrosaur."
This ornithopod was named after its prow-shaped jaw.
This "air thief" was recently discovered in Hungary.
A medium-sized iguanodont of early Cretaceous North America.
No one is quite sure what to make of this theropod dinosaur.
As its name says, this dinosaur "loved to hunt."