Tetsuhito Miyashita explains his why his study of Daspletosaurus at the Royal Tyrrell Museum is not yet finished after many years (in Japanese)
Earlier article in English in 2010 about MiyashitaÂ at the University of Alberta
Apparently there is a new early mammal from Mongolia that has been described in Russian. The name is given in Russian as "Khovur-lestes" Lopatin & Averianov, 2018, but I don't have the official Latin form yet (in Russian)
The illustration shows
"Khovur-lestes" on the right, with larger fangs, preying on a lizard, facing off with Prokennalestes (recently redescribed by the same authors)
The ref in Russian is here, but there is no content at the link for now. I'll see what I can turn up.
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[New stem placental mammal from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia]Â
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Controversy over access to iguanodont tracks found in Kislovodsk, Russia, and plans for a tourist attraction (in Russian)