Dinosaur love nests unearthed by Colorado research group

Dinosaurs engaged in mating behavior similar to modern birds, leaving fossil evidence behind in 100-million year old rocks, according to new research. Paleontologist Martin Lockley of the University of Colorado Denver led a research team that discovered what he called large “scrapes” in prehistoric Dakota sandstone in western Colorado.

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Thunder-Thighed Dinosaurs Arose much Quickly from Predecessors

Dinosaurs evolved from their predecessors much faster than was previously thought, according to a new study. The analysis puts the time gap between the dinosaurs and these predecessors, called dinosauromorphs, at an estimated 5 million years instead of 10 million.

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T Rex bone Shows these dinosaurs may have been cannibal

A recently unearthed tyrannosaur bone has revealed a nasty little 66-million-year-old family secret, scientists claim: the bone has peculiar tooth marks strongly suggesting it was gnawed by another tyrannosaur.

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Ancient fossil shows birds flew over the heads of dinosaurs

At least some of the most ancient birds, living in the age of the dinosaurs, flied as skillfully as many modern birds, results of a new study suggest. Scientists studied the intricate arrangement of muscles and ligaments that controlled the main feathers of the wing of an ancient, toothed bird. These ...

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New dinosaur species discovered on Alaskas North Slope

A newly published study describes a type of duck-billed dinosaur that once roamed Alaska's North Slope in herds, living in darkness for months at a time and probably experiencing snow. It's "far and away the most complete dinosaur yet found in the Arctic or any polar region," from fossils, said Pat ...

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'Rhinoceros-like' dinosaur identified by studying fossils in a museum

Dr Nick Longrich from the University of Bath talks about his new finding in an interview.

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