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[dinosaur] Kulindadromeus + Xingxiulong + baby Triceratops bone + more
Some recent (and not so recent) items:
The on-going research on Kulindadromeus and Trans-Baikal dinosaurs in Siberia, now threatened by unauthorized ("black") digs; Kulindadromeus now thought to have three types of scales and three types of feather-like structures, but study continues about its true appearance (it's been revised a few times as research continues); little dinosaur given local nickname Lindika; without funding to continue the scientific digs, unauthorized digs are likely happen, with material being smuggled into nearby China and lost to science according to Sofia Sinitsa (in Russian)
Rare pareiasaur "cubs" (juveniles) go on display at Vyatka Paleontological Museum (in Russian)
Baby Triceratops frill bone at Burke Museum in Seattle
Introduction to Daspletosaurus (in Czech)
Xingxiulong, Chinese "prosauropod"
Growing up to be giant: the zig-zag vertebrae of Spinophorosaurus (in Spanish)
Hadrosaur and theropod tracks found in Jilin Province in China
In Chinese with photos:
Life-size Dryptosaurus model for Lake County Discovery Museum in Illinois
Jurassic Museum: Agathaumas revisited?
Walking with dinosaurs: fossil hunting on the North Yorkshire coast
How Triassic trees were petrified and broke up into chunks
I added some comments to a recent blog about what the Latin species names for crows mean