Posts Tagged ‘Dinosaurs’

Dinosaurs Might Not Be Extinct Had the Asteroid Struck Elsewhere

Had the asteroid that doomed dinosaurs crashed nearly anywhere other than the coast of Mexico, they might not have gone extinct, researchers say.

Saturn’s C ring formed when dinosaurs walked the Earth, study finds

Scientists have largely agreed that Saturn’s rings are billions of years old, a conclusion based on 10 years of data gathered by NASA’s Cassini probe, which has been orbiting the planet since 2004. However, new research published in the journal Icarus has indicated that the C ring, one of Saturn’s inner rings, may have formed […]

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The First Dinosaurs’ Surprise Neighbors: Lagerpetids

Two new Triassic species found in Brazil and dating from the very Dawn of Dinosaurs are filling in some important gaps in the fossil record, including what one of the first dinosaurs ate (hint: not what you might think) and which other animals shared …

Dinos Down Under: Titanosaurs in Australia

Meet Wade and Matilda, the newest superstars from Australia: Bigger than the Hemsworth brothers, these two titanosaurs are more than the sum of their fossilized parts. Their discovery helps us piece together how the biggest and brawniest dinosaurs ende…

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