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Lots of Dinosaur-Related Material and News

All sorts of interesting stuff pertaining to dinosaurs and palaeontology (among other -ologies) today from the last few days, collected for your edification. :)

First off, from CinemaBlend.com, comes this piece about rumours that Warner Bros. are going to unleash dinosaurs on Los Angeles:

Dinosaurs Invade Los Angeles Thanks to Warner Bros


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Researchers are on the trail of Cretaceous dinosaurs in Arkansas:

In the Tracks of the Cretaceous


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What was happening to non-avian dinosaurs just before K/Pg extinction? Here's an interesting video from Youtube on the subject from the American Museum of Natural History:

Theories on Non-Avian Dinosaurs


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Were the last non-avian dinosaurs thriving, or declining? A study shows patterns were more complex than previously thought:

New Wrinkle to the Story of the Last Dinosaurs


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Another twenty-four (24) new lizard species have been discovered, but many of them are already close to extinction:

24 New Lizard Species Discovered are Close to Extinction


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From the Love in the Time of Chasmasaurs blog comes this piece on the evolution of dinosaur art...

Vintage Dinosaur Art Evolution Part 1


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And finally, as Brian Switek reports on his Dinosaur Tracking blog over on the Smithsonian blog, from cuddly CGI critters to city-destroying monsters, a stampede of dinosaurs is headed toward the big screen:

Dinosaur Cinema Explosion

Lots of interesting dinosaur-related material to ponder, methinks. :)
Tags: dinosaurs, news, palaeontology, science hut
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