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Hadrosaur "graveyard" found in Mexico and tiny hypsilophodont from Spain (news)

From: Ben Creisler

In German: A team including  Eberhard Frey  of the State Museum of
Natural History Karlsruhe found 45 skeletons of dinosaurs concentrated
at a site in Coahuila State in northeastern Mexico in October. The
bones appear to belong to a herd of lambeosaurs that likely drowned.
There is evidence of bite marks from scavenging theropods



In Spanish: More about the discovery a very small "hypsilophodont"
ornithopod in Spain. Adults are said to be only 60 cm (24 in) long.
There are also remains of juveniles.