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  1. Strange streamers on the shoulders of this chicken sized feathered dinosaur were probably used for display. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sciencenews.org/article/dinosaur-fuzz-rods-feathers-first-southern-hemisphere/amp
  2. Major shift in marine life occurred 33 million years later in the South. British Antarctic Survey, May 17, 2018 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/05/180517081829.htm Fossil find of 33-million-year-old sea lilies in outback WA challenges major palaeontology theory By Lisa Morrison University of Western Australia, May 22, 2018 http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-05-23/sea-lily-fossil/9790656 The open access paper is: Rowan J. Whittle, Aaron W. Hunter, David J. Cantrill, and Kenneth J. McNamara. Globally discordant Isocrinida
  3. Five New Fossil Forests Found in Antarctica Hundreds of millions of years ago, Antarctica was carpeted with prehistoric greenery. Now, scientists may have uncovered clues about what happened in the "Great Dying," or Permian extinction. National Geographic https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/03/antarctica-fossil-forest-discovery-permian-spd/ A related paper is: Taylor, E.L., Taylor, T.N. and Cúneo, N.R., 1992. The present is not the key to the past: a polar forest from the Permian of Antarctica. Science, 257(5077), pp. 1675-1677. https
  4. How Frogs Benefited From The Dinosaurs' Extinction Facebook. The two-Way, NPR, July 3, 2017 http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/07/03/535383841/how-frogs-benefited-from-the-dinosaurs-extinction Extinction event that wiped out dinosaurs cleared way for frogs, Florida Museum of Natural History, July 3, 2017 https://phys.org/news/2017-07-extinction-event-dinosaurs-frogs.html The paper is: Yan-Jie Feng, David C. Blackburn, Dan Liang, David M. Hillis, David B. Wake, David C. Cannatella, and Peng Zhang, 2017, Phylogenomics rev
  5. DD1991

    New Titanosaur From Tanzania

    An interesting article about a new sauropod from Tanzania: http://phys.org/news/2014-09-species-titanosaurian-dinosaur-tanzania.html The discovery of a titanosaur from the Middle Cretaceous deposits in Tanzania is significant in many respects. First, it represents the third diagnostic titanosaur from Cretaceous sediments in sub-Saharan Africa. Second, it bolsters the hypothesis by Paul Sereno and colleagues that the breakup of Gondwana was a rather gradual one, so a number of titanosaurs known from South America may also have inhabited sub-Saharan Africa at a time when South America was sl
  6. Hi all, During Permian times, the Glossopterids constituted the major/characteristic component of many Gondwanan floras. This certainly also holds for the floras of the Illawarra Coal Measures, from which I have a couple of plates. However, it doesn't mean no other plant types occurred in these Permian forests, of course, they are just less common. While examining one of my plates, I noticed something "different" and after a bit of cleaning, this is what I found. My very first specimen from a so-called Glossopteris-flora which is definitely not a Glossopterid species. Probably, this is a p
  7. a book review of: "A Fossil-Hunter's Notebook: My Life with Dinosaurs and Other Friends" by Edwin H. Colbert. 1980. E.P Dutton. 242 pages. Original suggested retail price: $15.95 USD. If you were a kid during the 1960's and 1970's and you wanted to learn everything there was to know about dinosaurs, you checked out everything available at the elementary school library. Deliriously happy that you were interested in reading, your parents, aunts, and uncles bought you every "dinosaur book" they could find. You started reading books intended for teenagers and adults. Among your favorite po
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