Wooly Mammoths

Paleontologists Are Trying to Understand Why the Buffalo Fossil Record Is Mostly Males

One hypothesis is that crazy youthful buffalo and mammoths stumbled into more difficulty. FOR ANCIENT MAMMALIAN MEGAFAUNA—FROM BROWN bears to buffalo and that’s only the tip of the iceberg—demise was something of a kid’s club. In any event that is the thing that you may finish up from the vaults of regular history galleries around […]

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Dynamoterror dynastes

Dynamoterror dynastes: Newly Discovered Tyrant Dinosaur in New Mexico

The Dynamoterror, a relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, lived a great many years before other known types of tyrannosaur. Tyrannosaurs regularly bear wild names. Beside the “dictator reptile” Tyrannosaurus itself, there’s the “immense killer” Teratophoneus, the “appalling reptile” Daspletosaurus, and the “gore ruler” Lythronax. In any case, another arrangement of tyrannosaur bones separated from the 80-million-year-old […]

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Tarbosaurus

Tarbosaurus

Tarbosaurus Tarbosaurus (meaning “alarming lizard”) is a genus of tyrannosaurid  theropod dinosaur that flourished in Asia about 70 million years ago, at the end of the Late Cretaceous Period. Fossils have been recovered in Mongolia, with more fragmentary remains found further afield in parts of China. Although many species have been named, modern paleontologists recognize only one, T. bataar, […]

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Jurassic World 3

Everything We Know About ‘Jurassic World 3’

The adventure that’s 65 million years in the making continues with Jurassic World 3. The Jurassic Park franchise continues with its third installment and will be directed by Colin Trevorrow, who directed the first Jurassic World. An official title for Jurassic World 3 has not been announced yet and the plot has been kept under wraps, but judging by the events of Jurassic World: […]

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