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Studying dinosaur bones and physiology can only teach us so much about how dinosaurs actually walked the Earth. Because dinosaurs called theropods are related to modern birds, a few researchers thought they could study how they walk using chickens.
01/03/2014 11:28:39 AM MST A Wyoming-Colorado fossil seller who owns retail stores in Beaver Creek and Jackson, Wyo., has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to smuggle dinosaur and other fossilized bones into the United States from China and Mongolia.
A new super-predator dinosaur that roamed the Earth 80 million years ago has been discovered in southern Utah. It was closely related to its slightly larger relative, Tyrannosaurus rex , but lived earlier, making it the largest living land predator
A new dinosaur has been discovered in southern Utah that proves giant tyrant dinosaurs like the Tyrannosaurus rex were around 10 million years earlier than previously believed. The fossils were unveiled Wednesday at the Natural History Museum of Utah.
fossil poachers plundering a paleontological dig, frequently smashing ancient skulls and stealing valuable teeth, claws and feet...Immigration and Customs Enforcement The fossil of a Tarbosaurus bataar, top, was finally returned to Mongolia after it
The Kentucky museum that tells a Bible-based history of the world says its newest addition is the fossil of a large dinosaur predator similar to a Tyrannosaurus rex. The museum says in a statement Friday that the Allosaurus probably stood about 10
Science 'to lose' duelling dinosaurs Science reporter, BBC News The specimen is expected to fetch up to $10m when it is put up for auction in November Rare dinosaur remains could be forever lost to the scientific community when they go under the
Mongolia may need to rustle up some more glass cases for its first dinosaur museum after US authorities announced Friday they will hand back a large new collection of stolen fossils. At a ceremony on Monday, officials had turned over the nearly
US to returns more smuggled dinosaurs to Mongolia The Tyrannosaurus handed back on Monday is thought to date from the Cretaceous period The US is to return more than a dozen illegally smuggled dinosaur skeletons to Mongolia. The announcement follows
The dinosaur skeleton that sparked an international custody battle began its journey home Monday, as Mongolian officials formally took possession of the fossilized bones of the T. rex -like predator during a ceremony held in Manhattan. A skull and