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[dinosaur] Oregon hadrosaur + Harpymimus + megaraptorids + sabertooths + more

Ben Creisler

Some recent items:

New Mexico Geological Society spring 2018 meeting abstracts (free pdf)

One of the abstracts as a single page:
New Tyrannosaurid Dinosaur From the De-Na-Zin Member of the Kirtland Formation (Late Cretaceous, Campanian),


ReuniÃn de Comunicaciones de AsociaciÃn PaleontolÃgica Argentina 2017
abstracts book pdf


ReuniÃn de Comunicaciones de la AsociaciÃn PaleontolÃgica Argentina 2018
Nov 21-23, 2018
Latest circular with many dinosaur-related items--titles only (no abstracts)


University of Oregon scientists uncover a rare Oregon dinosaur fossil



"Information card" of Burianosaurus (in Czech)


What was the biggest dinosaur? How scientists determine giant prehistoric record-breakers


Leptocleidid plesiosaur from Morella, Spain (in Spanish)


Online short biography of Mary Anning

Video not yet mentioned...

Ask A Scientist - What Kind of Dinosaur is a Megaraptorid?
Matt Lamanna



Saber-toothed cats with oral injuries ate softer foods than their uninjured counterparts


How kangaroos bounced through evolutionary adaptation.

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