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How Did Dinosaurs Walk From South America to Greenland?

News   Feb 16, 2021 | Original story from Earth Institute at Columbia University

 
How Did Dinosaurs Walk From South America to Greenland?

A cliff in Jameson Land Basin in central East Greenland, the northernmost site where sauropodomorph fossils are found. The labels point out several series of layers that helped the researchers precisely date the oldest sauropodomorph fossils in North America. Credit: Lars Clemmensen

 
 
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