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Ceratopsid Tooth Paper Published (Part 2)

Owl Creek Ceratopsid Tooth and Palaeoenvironment Implications Yesterday, team members at Everything Dinosaur published an article on the discovery of a single fossil tooth from a Late Cretaceous horned dinosaur that had been found in Union County (Mississippi).  This discovery, the first evidence of a dinosaur from the Owl Creek Formation, has implications for the

JurassicCollectables Compares Acrocanthosaurus Models

Papo Acrocanthosaurus Compared to Rebor Acrocanthosaurus Over the last couple of years, dinosaur fans and model collectors have had the opportunity to obtain a number of replicas of the enigmatic Cretaceous Theropod Acrocanthosaurus (A. Show More Summary

The Rolling Dead: 1921

San Francisco circa 1921. "Dorris 6-80 touring sedan at Spreckels Mansion." Latest entry in the Shorpy Compendium of Cretaceous Conveyances; by 1924 the Dorris would be extinct. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full siz...

Oldest buckthorn fossilized flowers found in Argentina

Around 66 million years ago, at the end of the Cretaceous period, a giant asteroid crashed into the present-day Gulf of Mexico, leading to the extinction of the non-avian dinosaurs. How plants were affected is less understood, but fossil records show that ferns were the first plants to recover many thousands of years afterward.

Meet Zuul, The ‘Ghostbusters’ Dinosaur From Montana

2 weeks agoNews : The Cutline

Named after the fictional monster in the 1984 film which it resembles in appearance, the ankylosaur lived about 75 million years ago in the Cretaceous Period.

First baby of a gigantic Oviraptor-like dinosaur belongs to a new species

(University of Calgary) First baby of a gigantic Oviraptor-like dinosaur belongs to a new species. The new species, named Beibeilong, lived about 90 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period. It is described by a joint Chinese-Canadian-Slovakia...Show More Summary

Celebrated ‘Baby Louie’ Fossil Identified as New Dinosaur Species

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The fossilized remains of a Late Cretaceous dinosaur embryo that famously graced the cover of National Geographic in the 1990s have been identified as a new species of oversized oviraptorosaur. Weighing nearly 2,500 pounds as adults, these dinos were the largest roosting animals to ever appear on Earth—tending to… Read more...

The Last Dinosaur from Africa

Chenanisaurus barbaricus - Substantial Abelisaurid from Late Cretaceous Morocco One of the last types of dinosaur to have existed in north Africa has been described in a new scientific paper published in the journal "Cretaceous Research".  A fragment of jaw bone (dentary) and isolated teeth discovered in a phosphate mine at Sidi Chennane in the Oulad

This New Dinosaur Looked an Awful Lot Like a Chicken

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Meet Jianianhualong tengi, a distinctly chicken-like dinosaur that lived 125 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period. This newly discovered species of dinosaur now represents the earliest known common ancestor of birds and closely related bird-like dinos, with a feathering pattern associated with aerodynamics.… Read more...

Japan’s Most Complete Dinosaur Discovery

Late Cretaceous Hadrosaur "Japan's Greatest Dinosaur Fossil Find" Scientists for Hokkaido University and Hobetsu Museum have announced the discovery of the fossilised remains of a Late Cretaceous duck-billed dinosaur.  In truth, a number of fragmentary fossils relating to a dinosaur had been found some years earlier, most notably caudal vertebrae (tail bones), before a more

Late April at Roxborough

This morning, I joined my wife, daughter and grandson for a hike at Roxborough State Park, southwest of Metro Denver. Adorned with spectacular rock formations from the Cretaceous, Permian and Pennsylvanian Periods, it is one of the most scenic preserves in Colorado.Though rain was threatening, we completed a two mile loop through the Park. Show More Summary

Prehistoric Seagull from the Outback

Nanantius eos and the Eromanga Sea The Queensland town of Richmond may be several hundred miles from the Coral Sea that laps against the coast of north-eastern Australia, but back in the Cretaceous this part of world, famous for its droughts and arid outback, was covered for millions of years by a shallow, tropical sea

Shedding light on an isolated skull: a newly described elasmosaur skeleton from the Late Cretaceous of Morocco

The bodiless plesiosaur In 2011, a plesiosaur specimen, consisting of an isolated and crushed skull, was described. The collected skull sadly lacked any postcranial remains, but was identified as an elasmosaurid plesiosaur and considered to […]

New Tiny Dromaeosaurid from the Jehol Biota

Zhongjianosaurus yangi from the Early Cretaceous of China Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have published information on-line about the discovery of another dromaeosaurid from the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Liaoning Province (north-eastern China). Show More Summary

Fossil insects from the Lower Cretaceous of southern England

It was over 150 years ago that the first major work began on the fossil insects of the Lower Cretaceous of England. The pioneers were Victorian naturalists, including the Rev Osmond Fisher, John O Westwood […]...

Moabosaurus of the Aptian of North America

Moabosaurus utahensis - Adding to the Early Cretaceous Dinosaur Fauna of North America Researchers from Brigham Young University writing in the University of Michigan’s Contributions from the Museum of Palaeontology, have published details...Show More Summary

Methane seeps in the Canadian high Arctic

(Geological Society of America) Cretaceous climate warming led to a significant methane release from the seafloor, indicating potential for similar destabilization of gas hydrates under modern global warming. A field campaign on the remote Ellef Ringnes Island, Canadian High Arctic, discovered an astounding number of methane seep mounds in Cretaceous age sediments.

Bite marks in Jurassic and Cretaceous ammonites: what did it?

Ammonites are among some of the best fossils to collect. They are relatively easy to find, for example, in the Lower Jurassic Posidonia Shale in Germany and the Jurassic sediments of Dorset in the south […]...

Dinosaur mines of the Kem Kem

The great transgressions that occurred in the mid part of the Cretaceous have had a profound influence on the geology of many parts of the world. In North America, the seas flooded the central part […]...

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