Colour preservation has been found in fossil feathers before (in the form of structures called melanosomes), but this is the first time they have been shown to potentially preserve in other soft tissues. The journal paper can be found here (paywalled).
Being gigantic has its advantages: you're harder to eat, tend to live longer, and can regulate internal body temperature with much more ease. But if you grow a gigantically long neck, you can't have a gigantic head attached at the end.
If you travelled back in time, but moved with the land your currently standing on (thanks continental drift!), where would you end up? Click anywhere on the map, and you can how far that location has moved over the course of 200 million years! The journal paper backing this up can be found here (open access).
A new study of Maiasaura, the "good mother lizard", indicates they grew to 2.3 tonnes over eight years, reached sexual maturity in its third year, and had similar bone structure to modern large warm-blooded mammals. The researchers plan to learn even more about Maiasaura over the coming years thanks to 'The Maiasaura Life History Project'. The journal paper can be found here (paywalled).