Some recent items...
How Argentine paleontologist Julian CorsoliniÂ and his father discovered the nearly complete skeleton (including the skull) of a hadrosaur in the Bajo de Los Menucos area of
Patagonia in 2007, said to be a new species:Â
According to a recent paper on Argentine hadrosaurs, the description is in preparation.Â:
It was the subject of Julian Corsolini's thesis (unpublished)
Corsolini, J. (2014). OsteologÃa craneana y posible ubicaciÃn sistemÃtica de un nuevo ejemplar de Hadrosauridae (Dinosauria, Ornithopoda) del CretÃcico Superior de la prov. de RÃo Negro, Argentina. Tesis de Licenciatura, 92 pp (unpublished), Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina.
The recently described hadrosaur Bonapartesaurus from a different site in Argentina lacks a skull.
Dinosaur eggs (possibly theropod) found in Japan go on display at Shimonoseki City Archaeology MuseumÂ (in Japanese)
Earlier story in English:
The evolution of Ankylosaurus
Stegomosuchus longipes, the terrestrial croc relative of Massachusetts
Nizar Ibrahim visits elementary schools to talk about Spinosaurus find