Boffins Discover New Dino On University Shelf

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Image shows remains of the newly discovered Tuebingosaurus maierfritzorum, undated. (University of Tubingen/Newsflash)

Boffins in Germany have discovered a previously unknown genus of dinosaur that roamed Europe 200 million years ago. Researchers from the University of Tuebingen reanalysed a dinosaur skeleton found in…

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New Ocean Going Dino Species Had Massive Tail To Swim At Speed

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Fossil of marine reptile with world's longest tail discovered in China. (Institute of Ancient Spine, Chinese Academy of Sciences/AsiaWire)

A previously unknown species of aquatic reptile which had the longest ever recorded tail has been discovered by scientists in China. The newly discovered prehistoric creature dubbed "Long-tailed Red River…

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Aussie Raptor Like Dino Thought To Have Been Massive Predator Revealed As Timid Vegetarian

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A life-reconstruction of the 220 million-year-old dinosaur track-maker from Ipswich, Queensland, Australia to scale with a 1.7-metre-tall person. (Anthony Romilio, Kamil Porembinski/Newsflash)

This Australian velociraptor-like dinosaur once thought to have been a massive predator has been revealed to have been a "timid vegetarian" instead. The University of Queensland in Australia has released…

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Boffins Unearth 73 Fossilised Dino Bird Eggs From 85 Million Years Ago On University Campus

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The site where 73 fossil eggs of prehistoric birds that lived during the Cretaceous period, approximately 85 million years ago, were found in the province of Neuquen, Argentina, it was announced in July 2021.

Experts have unearthed 73 fossilised dinosaur eggs on a university campus from a species that was an ancestor of today's birds from the Cretaceous period 85 million years ago. The…

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