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Monster mash: does the Frankenstein dinosaur solve the mystery of the Jurassic family tree?

Chilesaurus diegosuarezi, named after the seven-year-old who discovered it, changes everything we thought we knew about dino evolution … Name: Chilesaurus diegosuarezi. Nickname: The Frankenstein dinosaur. Related: 'Most bizarre dinosaur ever found' is missing evolutionary link – study Continue reading...
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