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Spinosaurus

This Week in Dinosaur News: How eggs survived …

This Week in Dinosaur News: How eggs survived acidic conditions, what eggs can tell us about dinosaur body temperature, and more

Notice how much thicker the (left side of the) Sanagasta egg is than the others? Retrieved from https://peerj.com/articles/4971/

Here’s what came out this week in dinosaur news:

  • A team of researchers think titanosaurs made their eggs extra thick to protect them from acidic hotsprings
  • A review of dinosaur egg research, including how to tell body temperature from the isotopes in the shell
  • A…

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“Look at This Incredible New Armored Din…

“Look at This Incredible New Armored Dinosaur Found in Utah” https://ift.tt/2LvYu5b

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Allosaurus, Stegosaurus and Petrodon by Rudolf Freund

Hello! You've drawn my absolute favorite …

Hello! You've drawn my absolute favorite dinosaur and I wanted to know if I could use your design for my first tattoo?

Hey there, I am so glad that you like my work and you’ve found your favourite dinosaur! I would be more than happy for you to use it as a tattoo. All I ask is that you send me a photo of the final piece and if you share it, please tag me in 😊

Archaeotherium B by RAPHTOR

Archaeotherium B by RAPHTOR

Archaeotherium dung has a certain bouquet and texture, a musty sweetness caked in half-digested fibers, as if a repulsive cookie dough was rolled across a wet barn floor. The flies sure like it. 

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Protoceratops by Charles R. Knight

I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Nomingia (Epis…

Episode 190 is all about Nomingia, an oviraptorid with a bird-like pygostyle which may have held up a fan of feathers.

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Nomingia – Episode 190

In the news: A team of researchers think titanosaurs made their eggs extra thick to protect them from acidic hotsprings; A review of dinosaur egg research, including how to tell body temperature from the isotopes in the shell; A nine-year-old kid, found an Iguanodon vertebra on the Isle of Wight, UK while playing on the beach; new dinosaur exhibits; Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom pop-up cards and temporary restaurant in Tokyo; and more

Dinosaur of the day Nomingia an oviraptorid with a bird-like pygostyle which may have held up a fan of feathers

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cloudair:Apex predator from 70 million years a…

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Apex predator from 70 million years ago

Tarbosaurus bataar. Upper Cretaceous. Mongolia