The monstrously successful Jurassic Park series is to be brought back to life (again). Universal Pictures are planning another instalment of dinosaur-based carnage in the fourth sequel, Jurassic World, which will premiere in 2015.
No plot details have been announced at this stage (though the new film will show in 3D), and this blank slate has encouraged us to get in early with a few suggestions for any reading Hollywood executives (you're welcome, Mr Spielberg). Please leave more ideas in the comments - but keep it bitey, and no totally implausible pseudo-science.
DNA research reveals dynamic populations of the giant animals, showing numbers plummeted at the end of the last ice age
Researchers fear the unique £4.5m find could be lost to science unless sold to a museum
The five-metre tail was the first ever found in the country
Discovery in Siberia passed on to researchers who hope to clone extinct animal
A tiny but feisty species of amphibian that lived in the shadows of dinosaurs has been discovered by scientists.
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A new species of dinosaur whose translated name means “lonely small bandit” has been discovered in Madagascar.
Think animals of the frozen north and you think polar bear, musk ox, and walrus – but now you can also think camel.
In a paper published yesterday in the journal 'Science', researchers claim that within two to three million years of the extinction of dinosaurs the first modern mammals may have begun to appear
Eric Prokopi is accused of acquiring the ancient remains from Mongolia between 2010 and 2012
It's official: A giant marine reptile that roamed the seas roughly 150 million years ago is a new species, researchers say. The animal, now named Pliosaurus funkei, spanned about 40 feet and had a 6.5-foot-long skull with a bite four times as powerful as Tyrannosaurus rex.
An 11 year-old Russian boy made one of the discoveries of the century when he stumbled across the remains of a 30,000-year-old woolly mammoth, the New Scientist reports.
A newly described dinosaur resembled a weird combination of parrot, vampire bat and porcupine.
Handcuffs aren't enough when there's a dinosaur in the cells...David Connett reports on an investigation of prehistoric proportions