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Washington: The discovery of a new species of feathered dinosaur in southern Germany is further changing the perception of how predatory dinosaurs looked. The fossil of Sciurumimus albersdoerferi, which lived about 150 million years ago, provides the …
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Newly identified dinosaur fauna sheds light on evolution The Daohugou The Daohugou Beds are a series of fossil-bearing rock deposits located in northeastern China, with the type locality around Daohugou village of Ningcheng County south of Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, but extending into southwest Liaoning. ... Fauna is rich in dinosaurs, lizards, pterosaurs, salamanders and mammals. Photograph: Julia Molnar Dr Dave Hone
New dinosaur found in Portugal, largest terrestrial predator from Europe A new dinosaur A fossil reptile of the Mesozoic era, often reaching an enormous size ... A person or thing that is outdated or has become obsolete because of failure to adapt to changing circumstances species found in Portugal may be the largest land predator discovered in Europe, as well as one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs A fossil reptile of the Mesozoic era, often reaching an enormous size ... A person or thing that is outdated or has become obsolete because of failure to adapt to changing circumstances from the Jurassic, according to a paper published in PLOS ONE on March 5, 2014 by co-authors Christophe Hendrickx and Octavio Mateus from Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Museu da Lourinhã.
Jurassic Fossil Find Has Feathered Dinos, Airborne Mammals A remarkable collection of Jurassic Era fossils from China also includes salamanders with their gills preserved. Continue reading →
Prequel outshines the original: Exceptional fossils of 160 million year old doahugou biota A new paper published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology shows that several Jurassic sites are linked together by shared species and can be recognized as representing a single fossil fauna and flora, containing superbly preserved specimens of a diverse group of amphibian, mammal, and reptile species.