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* Strange Deadfellows * Geologists challenge theory on T. Rex's end * Bizarre Dinosaurs * More Dinosaur Tracks Discovered * DINOSAURNEWS



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**  Strange Deadfellows: Dinosaur, Crab Fossils Reveal Ecosystem Secrets
"The two normally don't hang with each other, or they are at least not
commonly discovered together," said Smith, of crabs and dinosaurs

**  Dinosaur hunter headed to the mountains
There are bumps on the bones where the tendons attach, both in the
modern-day bird and extinct dinosaur, according to Robert Bakker, one of the
world's leading paleontologists

**  Museum serves 65-million-year-old dinosaur egg
A precious dinosaur embryo offered viewers a sunny-side-up look at one of
the most unusual fossils to be displayed at the Royal B.C. Museum's newest
exhibit
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**  Geologists challenge theory on T. Rex's end
Dinosaurs were more likely to have been killed off by geological upheaval
than, as popularly believed, a meteorite strike, according to Monash
University geologists

**  Gaylord to host 'Digging the Dinosaurs'
Fossilized dinosaur bones and eggs, robotic dinosaurs that growl and jump,
and a massive installation that includes a 12-foot volcano and a 10-foot
waterfall are all on the way to Gaylord

**  Bizarre Dinosaurs Shed Light on Adaptation
Paleontologists believe that these horns, claws, and spikes in addition to
towering necks, feathered limbs, pointy fingers, and shrunken arms had
purpose

**  Dinosaur tracks discovered
In all, the men have uncovered tracks laid down at least 110 to 115 million
years ago by eight species of dinosaurs
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**  Boy shares 75-million-year-old treasure with local museum
Dakota donated the fossilized egg, which is between 75 million and 150
million years old, in honor of his kindergarten class and teacher

**  Dinosaurs and megafauna in the Goldfields
Hear one of Australia's most prominent paleontologists discuss the recent
findings of megafauna fossils as well as his hopes for more great dinosaur
discoveries in WA  With Audio

**  Radar reveals traces of killer crater
A radar snapshot of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, taken from space, shows the
clearest view yet of the 65 million-year-old crater left behind by a
dinosaur-killing cosmic impact

**  Bone debunks monster theory
The discovery of a rare ancient bird preserved inside the stomach of a
pregnant 110 million-year-old fossil has the scientific world in a tail-spin

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