Some recent items:
Fossil Friday Roundup: July 6, 2018
Palaeontology and Open Science news roundup: July 6th, 2018
Triceratops prorsus skull find in Montana--Lindsay Zanno
Coloradoâs dinosaur graveyard a land of lasting mysteries
New excavations begin inÂSierra de la Demanda,Â
Torrelara in Burgos, Spain,Âfor more of sauropod (likely diplodocoid) skeleton (in Spanish)
Nuevas excavaciones para completar el esqueleto del dinosaurio de Torrelara
El sÃbado 7 de julio se inicia la XV campaÃa de excavaciones paleontolÃgicas en la Sierra de la Demanda, yacimiento Valdepalazuelos-Tenadas del Carrascal
Skorpiovenator skull and other parts get CT scanned at Moguillansky Clinic in NeuquÃn, Argentina (in Spanish)
Gallimimus: Prehistoric Beast of the Week
Xenoposeidon is indeed the oldest rebbachisaur
What is the deal with Brontosaurus?!
Biggest carnivorous dinosaur in Europe lived in Asturias, Spain (in Spanish)
El mayor dinosaurio carnÃvoro de Europa vivÃa en Asturias
Dinosaur casts and specimens atÂ Brownâs Farm Barn in Millcreek, Pennsylvania
Anybody know more about the giant T. rex tooth said to be 17-inch (43 cm) long? Has it been described?
"The exhibit features fossils from Mercyhurst Universityâs Sincak Collection and others loaned by private owners. There also are casts of bones and fossils on exhibit around the world. One of the casts is of a 17-inch Tyrannosaurus rex tooth that has scientists rethinking the size of the predator dinosaur that lived on our planet almost 70 million years ago.
âIt was thought that T-rex was up to 45 feet long. Now the thinking is that it may have been as much as 60 feet long. That dwarfs the things you see in movies,â Scott McKenzie said. McKenzie is assistant professor of geology and paleontology director at Mercyhurst University and is the curator of the 'Unearthed' exhibit."
World's best trips for dinosaur lovers
Dinosaurs in real-life: Where to find them around the US
What If âJurassic Worldâ Was Real and Humans Lived With Dinosaurs?
Science writer Federico Kukso and paleoartist Jorge GonzÃlez on new book "Dinosaurios del fin del mundo" about Argentine dinosaurs (in Spanish)
Dinosaurios "argentinos": nuestros embajadores en todo el mundo, ahora con libro propio
Indian Dinosaurs Are Making a Quirky 'Comeback', Thanks to This Woman!
Now fully online...
Antarctic Dinosaurs at the Field Museum (website)
Palaeontologist Dean Lomax wows cinema-goers at Vue Cheshire Oaks with dinosaur fossils showcase
International Symposium on Mesozoic Mammal Evolution inÂ Beijing (in Chinese)
Moratorium on Messel Pit paleontological digs officially lifted and regular research can resume; test dig early this year deemed successful (in German)