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The King of Dinosaurs may have been Asian invaders of the west

T Rex, known as the king of dinosaurs, may have been an invading species that came from Asia and spread to the west, say experts.


Travel back in time to walk with dinosaurs

Dinosaurs: Dawn To Extinction affords visitors an interactive and informative prehistoric adventure.


Are birds shrunken dinosaurs? Science says yes!

Fifty million years ago, you couldn’t feed a pigeon — because it would have fed on you. Thank goodness for evolution.


More than 40 life-sized exhibits that simulate dinosaurs all set to attract tourists

DINOSAURS Alive is now at the Malaysia Tourism Centre (Matic).


Boy’s dream date with dinosaurs

ALL he wanted was to see dinosaurs and Nik Alik Irfan had his wish granted.


‘Dinosaurs: Warm or cold-blooded?’ finally answered!

The hot question of whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded or cold-blooded finally has a good answer.

Asia & Oceania

A hotel in Japan ‘employs’ robot dinosaurs to serve guests

Who needs humans? Henn-na Hotel in Tokyo, Japan places two robot dinosaurs at the front desk to not only greet guests, but to process their check-ins too!


Study: Hot, dry climate long kept dinosaurs out of tropics

WASHINGTON: An unpredictable, yet scorching and dry climate kept large, grass-eating dinosaurs out of the tropics for some 30 million years after they first appeared on Earth, a study out Monday found.


Dinosaurs spur kids’ creativity

ASIA Pacific’s educational exhibition — Dinoscovery by Dinosaurs Live! — and home entertainment service provider Speedy Video held the “Ice Age: Dawn with Dinoscovery” colouring contest at Discoveria in Avenue K, recently.


Dinosaurs, superheroes, Malaysians: 14 summer blockbusters to see in 2018

Thieves, dinosaurs, superheroes and Malaysians: Summer blockbuster season is underway, and we pick out the ones we are most excited about.