THIS MESOZOIC MONTH December 31, 2017
The giant brachiosaur cervical of Arches National Park
Young Gorgosaurus skeleton found in Montana by Christoffer Knuth, owner of Knuthenborg Safaripark in Denmark, and a group of paleontologists; Knuth is planning a dinosaur section for his park and wanted someÂ real dinosaur fossils. However, the importance of the Gorgosaurus find meant that the specimen is being kept in the United States for scientific study, conducted by Dave Trexler of the Two Medicine Dinosaur Center (in Danish)
"The fossil is one of the few young tyrannosaur finds we know about. We keep all the finds that are scientifically important for research reasons," explained Dave Trexler.
Get Well Soon, Titanosuchid with Osteomyelitis
New Mesozoic reptiles from the Iberian peninsulaÂ
Inventario de los nuevos reptiles mesozoicos ibÃricos de 2017 (in Spanish)