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[dinosaur] Macrocollum + Tarbosaurus in court + dinosaur art contest winners + mammoths + more




Ben Creisler



Posted on Twitter yesterday:

Some good news: our colleagues at the National Museum in Rio have recovered some important fossils, including the holotypes of Santanaraptor placidus, Anhanguera blittersdorffi, Tapejara wellnhoferi and one of the species of Tupuxuara.Â


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Macrocollum

Three ancient skeletons, ancestors of giant dinosaurs, unearthed in Brazil


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Mom's Phone Call Helps Uncover Oldest Long-Necked Dinosaur on Record




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Meet The 'Mitchell Ornithopod': Oregon's 1st Dinosaur Fossil Find



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Winners of X Concurso Internacional de Ilustraciones CientÃficas de Dinosaurios 2018 [10th International Scientific Illustrations of Dinosaurs Contest 2018] (in Spanish)


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Conference "When dinosaurs began to fly" at Museum of Paleontology of Castilla-La Mancha in Spain (in Spanish)



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Article on Xing Lida (in Chinese)


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The Second Edition of Naish and Barrettâs Dinosaurs: How They Lived and Evolved



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Mosasaurs



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Articles from Quest magazine (not yet mentioned)

In the gaping mouth of ancient crocodiles -Â free pdf


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First tetrapods of Africa lived within the Devonian Antarctic Circle - free pdf


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WHEN DID FISH LEARN TO WALK? ANTARCTICA MAY HOLD THE ANSWER
Neil Shubin



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The turkey on your Thanksgiving table is older than you think


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If mammoth tusks could talk: Five new things weâre learning about the extinct animals and their ancient kin


https://www.knowablemagazine.org/article/living-world/2018/if-mammoth-tusks-could-talkÂ

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When Camels Roamed North America
PBS Eons



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British Columbia launches first ever rules to regulate fossils