- Dull teeth, long skulls, specialized bites evolved in unrelated plant-eating dinosaurs
- A carnivorous dinosaur species regrew all its teeth every few months
- Dinosaur skull turns paleontology assumptions on their head
- First evidence of feathered polar dinosaurs found in Australia
- Superfood for Mesozoic herbivores?
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Tag Archives: New Mexico Museum of Natural History
In the northwest corner of New Mexico, not far from where the border meets Colorado, Texas, and Oklahoma, sits a state park full of interesting dinosaur tracks. While relatively “off the beaten path,” Clayton Lake State Park is one of the … Continue reading
New Mexico has had a long and distinguished history in paleontology. The state has a number of great places to find fossils, including some of the world’s best sites for animals from the Triassic period. Many of these, and a good … Continue reading