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New Horned Dinosaur Species Discovered in Museum Storage (December 7, 2014): Scientists discovered a new horned dinosaur species when they took a new look at some fossils that had been in the museum for over 75 years.
Scientists Recreate Walk of Bizarre Duckbilled Dinosaur (October 22, 2014): Scientists have recreate the walk of Deinocheirus mirificus, a duck-billed dinosaurs with large forearms.
King Nose: Newly Discovered Hadrosaur Species Had Huge Nose (October 5, 2014): A hadrosaur species has been named King Nose because it had a huge nose. The large-nosed dinosaur roamed the earth 75 million years ago.
Spinosaurus Ate Sharks and Huge Fish (September 12, 2014): Scientists have discovered the fossils of Spinosaurus in the Sahara desert. The creature had curved blade-like claws and giant slanted teeth.
Supermassive Dreadnoughtus Sauropod Feared Nothing Say Scientists (September 4, 2014): Dreadnoughtus schrani is described as a massive dinosaur that weighed about 65 tons and was 85 feet long.
Horned Dinosaur Species Had Wing-Shaped Headgear (June 18, 2014): Mercuriceratops gemini, a newly discovered dinosaur species, had wing-shaped ornamentation on the sides of its skull.
Scientists Say Most Dinosaurs Were Mesothermic (June 13, 2014): Researchers say most dinosaurs were mesothermic, a middle path between warm-blooded and cold-blooded.
Fossilized Bones of 77 Ton Titanosaur Unearthed in Argentina (May 17, 2014): The fossilized bones of a 77 ton titanosaur have been unearthed in Argentina.
Scientists Discover Fossil of Pinocchio Rex, a Long-Snouted Cousin of T-Rex (May 7, 2014): Scientists find fossil of Pinocchio Rex, a long-snouted cousin of T-rex. The dinosaur lived 66 million years ago.
Fossil of Small Tyrannosaur Species Found in Alaska (March 12, 2014): Paleontologists have discovered the fossil of a small tyrannosaur species in Alaska. The species was about half the size of a T. rex.
Torvosaurus Gurneyi: Scientists Find Fossil of Largest Terrestrial Predator From Europe (March 5, 2014): A newly discovered dinosaur was the largest terrestrial predator from Europe. The dinosaur species was 10 meters long and weighed 4 to 5 tons.
Scientists Raise Chickens With Artificial Tails to Learn How Dinosaurs Walked (February 9, 2014): Scientists raised chickens with artificial tails in an attempt to learn more about how dinosaurs may have walked.
Fossil of New Titanosaur Discovered in Northwestern China (January 29, 2014): A fossil of a new sauropod, Yongjinglong datangi, has been discovered in northwestern China by a University of Pennsylvania paleontologists.
King of Gore Dinosaur Unearthed in Utah (November 7, 2013): A newly discovered dinosuar, Lythronax argestes, has been discovered in Southern Utha. The name Lythronax means King of Gore.
High School Student Discovered Baby Dinosaur Fossil (October 27, 2013): A high school student discovered the fossil of a baby Parasaurolophus. The find is the most complete fossil yet found of the dinosaur.
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