- Meet Siamraptor suwati, a new species of giant predatory dinosaur from Thailand
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- T. rex used a stiff skull to eat its prey
- What color were fossil animals?
- Croc-like carnivores terrorized Triassic dinosaurs in southern Africa 210 million years ago
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When the characters in Jurassic Park first see a living dinosaur, they stand breathless watching a giant Brachiosaurus munching on leaves at the very top of a tall tree. While that dramatic scene may have been the signature “moment” for … Continue reading
After a little family vacation to Kansas and Colorado, I am getting ready to write some more museum reviews, etc. Here is the Allosaurus Roar publishing schedule for the next couple months:
Hello my dear Allosaurus Roar readers! Now that the holidays are behind us, I am getting ready for another year of publishing blogs about dinosaur museums, tracksites and fossils across North America. Thanks so much to all my visitors, I … Continue reading
It is fair to wonder what the interest in dinosaurs in North America would be without the contributions of Yale University and the Yale Peabody Museum. At the center of the golden age of dinosaur collecting during the “Bone Wars” … Continue reading
In 1909 Earl Douglass, a paleontologist working for the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, was searching for dinosaur bones in the rugged sandstone hills about ten miles east of Vernal, Utah. Having heard that fossils could be found nearby, Douglass spent a … Continue reading
Located in the heart of campus in one of America’s great college towns, the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History features an amazing collection of fossils that span the entire history of life on planet earth. Featuring the state’s largest … Continue reading