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Dinosaur Discovery Helps Scientist Fill in the Missing Links

News   Jan 30, 2018 | Original Story from Ohio University.

 
Dinosaur Discovery Helps Scientist Fill in the Missing Links

Skeletal reconstruction of the new dinosaur Mansourasaurus shahinae from the Late Cretaceous of the Dakhla Oasis, Egypt. Bones shown in color are those that are preserved in the original fossil; others are based on those of closely related dinosaurs. Credit: Andrew McAfee, Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

 
 
 

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