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Displaying items by tag: Dinosaur

Sunday, 21 March 2010 02:08

New dino in China: Linheraptor exquisitus

A 2008 expedition to China has produced a new dinosaur that lived between 65 and 145 million years ago.


Published in Biology
Saturday, 06 March 2010 03:11

Scientists conclude: Space rock killed dinos

An international group of scientists have concluded that the extinction of the dinosaurs, and much of life on Earth 65 million years ago, happened because a gigantic asteroid impacted what is now called Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula

Published in Space
Thursday, 25 February 2010 01:37

Abydosaurus mcintoshi is new dino species

A new dinosaur species has been discovered at Dinosaur National Monument near Jensen, Utah, U.S.A. The 105 million-year-old discovery is of a plant-eating dinosaur that is part of the sauropod family.

Published in Biology
Thursday, 12 November 2009 20:59

New Dino species discovered in South Africa

A new species of dinosaur that is similar to the gigantic sauropods has been discovered in a game reserve in central South Africa. The discovery by the team, led by a U.S. paleobiologist from Western Illinois University, helps to better define the period before the beginning of the sauropod.

Published in Biology
Sunday, 08 November 2009 19:18

New Zealand's South Island had dinosaurs, too

New Zealand geologists have uncovered the first evidence with respect to footprints that dinosaurs roamed New Zealand over seventy million years ago, and the first evidence ever of dinosaurs on South Island.

Published in Biology
Monday, 31 August 2009 17:49

Zac the dinosaur calls Australia home

Australian palaeontologists discover a new species of dinosaur in Queensland, and nickname the 97 million year old sauropod "Zac."

Published in Biology
You might think that the world's leading paleontologists had better things to do than reverse engineer a chicken, but you would be wrong.

Published in Biology
An excavation by the Australian Age of Dinosaurs has found “one of the biggest concentrations” of dinosaur bones on a sheep and cattle station near Winton in central western Queensland. They'e not quite sure yet what types of dinosaurs will eventually be identified.

Published in Biology
Wednesday, 09 July 2008 18:46

Color My prehistoric World

According to a Yale University research study, color pigments from organic matter in a 100-million-year old fossilized feather may now give scientists the ability to know the real colors of now-extinct animals.

Published in Biology




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