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A brand new species of dinosaur was just discovered and it is massive

February 13th, 2022

A new dinosaur discovery has helped unearth a new species of titanosaur called Abditosaurus kuehnei. The creature is a semiarticulated dinosaur. The scientists responsible for the discovery believe the skeleton to be over 70.5 million years old. They published the results of their study in Nature Ecology & Evolution earlier this year. The study includes …

Researchers just found a well-preserved dinosaur embryo

December 22nd, 2021

Well, it looks like we’re one step closer to getting our own real-life Jurassic Park. Researchers have found a well-preserved dinosaur embryo inside of a fossilized egg. Dubbed “Baby Yingliang”, the embryo is that of a toothless theropod group called oviraptorosaurs. Theropods are known for their bird-like feet. Scientists believe that modern-day birds are descended …

Dinosaur Fossils

This dinosaur fossil found in Chile has a tail like a sword

December 8th, 2021

Discoveries of new dinosaur fossils show just how dangerous the lives of Earth’s early creatures were. These discoveries also show us how early creatures evolved to protect themselves from predators. Enter Stegouros elengassen, a new genus of dinosaurs discovered in a dig down in Chile. The new dino appears to share some similarities with the …

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Researchers found a fossil of three sea creatures eating each other

May 10th, 2021

Finding fossils of creatures that lived 180 million years ago isn’t easy. The vast majority of the fossilized remains that are found from millions of years ago are of animals doing their own thing on their own. On rare occasions, fossils of animals interacting have been found. These are often animals of the same species …

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Dueling T. rex and Triceratops are frozen in time, locked in battle

November 18th, 2020

The North Carolina Museum of Natural History will be putting a pair of “Dueling Dinosaurs” on display in 2022. The two creatures — a Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops — appear to have killed each other prior to their fossilization. It’s an incredibly rare discovery, and the T. rex fossil may be the only complete specimen …