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Huge Dinosaur Footprints Discovered On Scottish Coast
The tracks shed light on dinosaur life in the Middle Jurassic, a period from which few fossils have survived.
This Famous Dinosaur Could Fly, But Unlike Anything Alive Today loading...
This Famous Dinosaur Could Fly, But Unlike Anything Alive Today
The animal's wings resemble those of pheasants, but it couldn't flap quite like today's birds.
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Ancient Animal Could Take Itself Apart To Escape Predators
A fossil lizard is the oldest known reptile that can lose its tail and survive, an ability still seen in modern species.
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Tiny Prehistoric Birds Discovered In New Zealand
Not all prehistoric birds were giant, as researchers find bones of small flightless birds of a similar build to the dodo
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Fossil Footprints Are Oldest Traces Of Lizards Running On Two Legs
The lizard's sprint may have helped it avoid predators, such as winged reptiles called pterosaurs.
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Huge Dinosaur Found in Egypt Is First of Its Kind
The newfound species offers a rare glimpse into the final chapter of the age of dinosaurs in Africa.
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National Geographic is peeling back the skin to go deep inside one of the Earth’s most mysterious creatures, combining biology with palaeontology to explore all its guts and glory. T-Rex Autopsy will literally go under the skin of a full-size T-Rex for the first time ever to reveal how the 65-million-year-old beast may have lived. The massive monster will be life- like inside and out, giving scientists the chance to touch it, smell it, scan it, X-ray it and cut it open from head to toe.

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