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Vandals hammer 115 million-year-old dinosaur footprint in Australia

An eons-old dinosaur footprint has been destroyed in an Australian park after somebody decided to take to it with a hammer. Park officials have been left disheartened and angry by the “callous” act of vandalism. The incident took place last week at the Dinosaur Dreaming site within the Bunurong Marine Park, Australia’s Parks Victoria administration

200-million-year-old huge carnivorous dinosaur found in Africa

London, Oct 26 : 200-million-year-old huge carnivorous dinosaur found in Africa. An international team of scientists has discovered footprints of a huge carnivorous dinosaur that roamed southern Africa 200 million years ago. The researchers found several three-toed footprints measuring 57 cm long and 50 cm wide. This means the newly discovered dinosaur, named Kayentapus ambrokholohali,

'Missing Link' In Dinosaur Evolution Found- Daily Post India

‘Missing Link’ In Dinosaur Evolution Found

A bizarre dinosaur which looked like a raptor but was in fact a vegetarian may be the ‘missing link’ between plant-eating dinosaurs and carnivores such as the dreaded Tyrannosaurus rex, scientists say. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the Natural History Museum in the UK used a comprehensive data set to analyse over 450

New species of long-necked dinosaur discovered in Australia

  Sydney: Researchers have discovered a new species of long-necked dinosaurs in northeastern Australia that could have arrived from South America 105 million years ago, officials said on Friday. The Savannasaurus elliottorum were between 12-15 metres long with a long neck, a relatively short tail and hips around 1.5 metres wide, EFE news reported. The

Rare dinosaur fossil found in China    

Beijing: A rare well-preserved hadrosaur also known as duck-billed dinosaurs has been unearthed in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region and is expected to be of huge value for research into how the species evolved. More than 90 per cent of the bones of the animal were intact, including the head, cervical vertebrae, limbs and a complete tail-bone. It