New Dinosaur Species Discovered….

….two years ago. Ooops. Looks like this author missed that memo! Learn more about this fantastic beast through the link below, readers: This is the entirely new species of dinosaurs that are exciting scientists 2 years ago by Janice Friedman Another sensational discovery has been made by paleontologists from Argentina who have come across the fossilized remains of … Continue reading New Dinosaur Species Discovered….

Now THAT Was a Big Turtle!

Click the link to learn more, readers: This Prehistoric Mega Turtle Was a Big Boy By Daisy Hernandez Feb 17, 2020 A new paper published in Science Advances sheds new light on the "anatomy, paleobiology, and evolutionary relationships of the largest extinct side-necked turtle," Stupendemys geographicus—an absolute mammoth of a creature. Until recently, "scant, fragmentary finds" were the only fossil evidence … Continue reading Now THAT Was a Big Turtle!

Don’t Beam this Specimen Up, Scotty!

The largest dinosaur fossil ever discovered was found in Saskatchewan, Canada, 1991. Known as “Scotty,” this T-Rex is huge – forty-two feet long! Battle scars on its bones attest to a life of hard fighting. Check out the link below to learn more, readers! The Largest Tyrannosaurus Rex Ever Discovered dinosaur, extinction 7:17 PM Paleontologists have discovered … Continue reading Don’t Beam this Specimen Up, Scotty!

Monster Trilobite

Check out this fascinating specimen, readers: Giant Trilobite Fossil Found on Australia extinction, Fossils 7:04 PM Paleontologists have unearthed fossils of a giant trilobite species that inhabited Australian waters approximately 500 million years ago (Cambrian period). Fossils of a giant new species from the long-extinct group of sea creatures called trilobites have been found on Kangaroo Island, … Continue reading Monster Trilobite

Dinosaur Mummy on Display in Alberta, Canada

Have you ever wondered whether or not an artist’s drawing of a living dinosaur resembled the real deal? All things considered, they are probably closer to the mark than some thought. Read the tidbit below to learn more, readers – and feel free to check out this other link, too! How Does a 110-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur … Continue reading Dinosaur Mummy on Display in Alberta, Canada