- 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: Royal Tyrrell Museum
One year ago today, I started this blog with a list ranking the Top 25 Dinosaur Museums in North America, and now I provide a list ranking the Top 25 Prehistoric Fossil Museums in North America. Some museums have wonderful … Continue reading
The mighty Tyrannosaurus rex…the “tyrant lizard king,” was certainly one of the largest and deadliest carnivores from the entire dinosaur era. T. rex has it all: the devastating combination of overwhelming size, frightening weaponry and a vivid, evocative name. It is no wonder Tyrannosaurus … Continue reading
The Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta is one of the world’s premier destinations for dinosaur enthusiasts. My family and I visited on a summer Canadian holiday weekend, and the huge crowd at the Royal Tyrrell confirmed for me the … Continue reading
There are so many great dinosaur museums in North America…but which ones are truly the most spectacular and absolutely must-visit places for the dinosaur lover? Naturally, this list is completely subjective. Allosaurus Roar has visited all of these museums and … Continue reading