In the broken dinosaur shin bone, the bone fractured along annual growth rings, which are very closely spaced. This animal grew slowly for many years. Image credit: Michael D’Emic
‘Elgin Reptiles’ Revealing Links With Pterosaurs
“This is another discovery which highlights Scotland’s important place in the global fossil record,”
The Big Dinosaurs are Coming
Aberdeen’s P&J Live is the place to be on 10th & 11th April 2023. Tickets go on sale today, 17th of June for Jurassic Live
Sgathaich: Transformers: S.O.S Dinobot
“The story opens with the Autobots base having been experiencing some seismic activity “
Changma Site Reveals ” two new species that increase our knowledge of Cretaceous bird faunas”
“We found combinations of dental features that we’ve never seen in any other dinosaurs.” – Jingmai O’Connor,
Comets Part 3. Cometary Impacts
Duncan Lunan continues his exploration of Comets
Issi Saaneq: the Greenland Dinosaur
The two-legged dinosaur Issi saaneq lived about 214 million years ago in what is now Greenland.
Influence of massive igneous intrusions on end-Triassic mass extinction
“About 200 Ma ago, the break-up of the Pangaea supercontinent was imminent.”
“It was like they were looking right at you.” Beetle Preserved In Dinosaur Droppings
A new species of beetle has been discovered, preserved in fossilised dinosaur droppings aka coprolites.
Counting Tyrannosaurus Rexes
How many Tyrannosaurus rexes roamed North America during the Cretaceous period?