New dinosaurs include birds Dingavis longimaxilla, Linyiornis amoena, Zoothera salimalii, Chongmingia zhengi, and "Bellulia" rectusunguis (genus preoccupied), hadrosaurid Eotrachodon orientalis, sauropod Notocolossus gonzalezparejasi, and basal neotheropod Dracoraptor hanigani.
Chasmosaurus is reevaluated and Nasutoceratops titusi is described in detail. New studies came out on the jaw biomechanics of dinornithiforms, the body mass of Raphus cucullatus, allometric growth in the frill of Protoceratops andrewsi, cranial ontogeny and heterochrony in saurischians, convergence in migration strategies of terrestrial avians, and the kicking strike of Sagittarius serpentarius. Preserved vertebral ligament of a titanosaur and possible trace fossil evidence for scrape displays in Mesozoic theropods are reported. A juvenile Chasmosaurus belli and the forelimb of Ceratosaurus nasicornis are described. Morphofunctional analysis of spinosaurid quadrates suggests that two spinosaurid species were present in the Cenomanian of North Africa.