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[dinosaur] Titanosaurs + Nasutoceratops + Elasmotherium late survival + more



Ben Creisler


Some recent items:

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Your Friends The Titanosaurs, part 6: Austroposeidon, titanosaurs of Balochistan, and Baotianmansaurus



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The biggest known theropod (in Italian)


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Introducing Macrocollum itaquii.




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Thanos and Macrocollum: New dinosaurs in the rhythm of samba (in Czech)




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Thanos Has A Dinosaur Named After Him


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Nasutoceratops: Prehistoric Beast of the Week


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Cretornis hlavaci, the only known Czech pterosaur (in Czech)Â



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Gordodon
Your 'Fat-Toothed' Relative May Not Make It for Thanksgiving. He Vanished from Earth 300 Million Years Ago.




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Walking with Dicynodonts




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Sawback Turtle Gets a New Look

Fossils from Alabama revise the reconstruction of an ancient sea turtle.



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The Dawn of Life

The Royal Ontario Museumâs exhibit will travel four billion years back in time

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20 amazing facts about feathers



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Twilight of the Almost-Primates



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The Siberian unicorn [Elasmotherium] lived at the same time as modern humans




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What was Megatherium?



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Darwin's giant ground sloth skull pieced together and scanned for the first time




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Videos:

University of Washington Provost Mark Richards Welcome Lecture:Â

What Really Killed the Dinosaurs?

Mark Richards explores the two leading theories (asteroid impact and volcanic eruptions) on what actually happened 66 million years ago--and how they may have been linked.

(talk starts at about 11:30)

63 minutes




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