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Researchers discover 74-million-year-old mammal - Watch

The skunk-like mammal inhabited southern Patagonia alongside dinosaurs.

By REUTERS
09/04/2021

Asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs helped shape rain forests - study

“A global catastrophe involving a mass extinction produces a different world.”

04/04/2021

Fossils of oldest member of huge dinosaur group found in Argentina

The researchers said Ninjatitan demonstrated that the titanosaurs as a group first appeared longer ago than previously known.

By REUTERS
02/03/2021
A life-size dinosaur is seen at Jurassic Kingdom in London

Babies from famed carnivorous dinosaur group were 'born ready' to hunt

The bones indicated that these were bigger than any other known dinosaur babies - three feet (1 meter) long, or the size of a medium dog.

By REUTERS
27/01/2021

Dinosaur skeleton auctioned off for €3 million

The specimen is unusual because it is so complete: around 70% of the bones are present, and they were found aligned with each other, making it easier to reconnect them during the restoration process.

By REUTERS
13/10/2020

Species of dinosaur 125 million years-old discovered in China

"These animals were quickly covered by fine sediment while they were still alive or just after their death," said paleontologist Pascal Godefroit of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences.

One of largest known T. rex skeletons up for auction at Christie’s

“He showed it to scientists at the time who unfortunately misidentified it as a triceratops,” James Hyslop, Christie's head of Science and Natural History, told Reuters.

By REUTERS
16/09/2020
Fossil of Microraptor, a four winged dinosaur which lived 120 million years ago

Israeli scholars find earliest proof of feather molt in flying dinosaur

One of the fossils clearly featured the marks of the feathers on the wings.

Kongonaphon kely is seen in what would have been its natural environment in an illustration

Modest insect-munching Madagascar reptile was forerunner to dinosaurs

"Evolution of gigantism from tiny ancestors is not uncommon in the fossil record."

By REUTERS
12/07/2020
A fossil of a dinosaur claw.

Scientists discover 'missing link' between dinosaurs and birds in China

Called the Wulong bohaiensis, which translates to "dancing dragon," this newly discovered feathered dinosaur once lived in the Jehol Province of northeastern China 120 million years ago

26/01/2020
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