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Walking with Dinosaurs - Diplodocus herd
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-18-2013 | 3 comments
In this BBC clip, a group of Allosauruses face a herd of Diplodocus - giant sauropod dinosaurs.




The nightmarish megalodon
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 9-14-2013 | 5 comments
A look at the massive prehistoric shark megalodon - the fiercest predator ever to stalk the oceans.




Dinosaurs - turning fossils in to animation
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 7-8-2013 | 0 comments
How do you combine pictures of dinosaur fossil finds and computer graphics animation?




The Yuka mammoth mummy
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 6-29-2013 | 1 comment
This specimen found in the Siberian wilderness could show tantalising links to early humans.




Dinosaur discovery - Museum of Life
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 6-15-2013 | 1 comment
Jimmy Doherty goes behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum in search of dinosaurs.




Jack Horner: shape-shifting dinosaurs
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 5-30-2013 | 0 comments
Jack Horner describes how slicing open fossil skulls revealed a shocking secret about some dinosaurs.




Flying microraptor
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 5-19-2013 | 1 comment
Microraptor was a four-winged dinosaur who lived in trees and had the ability to take to the skies.




Allosaurus - Planet Dinosaur
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 5-7-2013 | 3 comments
At 9 metres and 1.5 tonnes, Allosaurus was a formidable Jurassic hunter with a surprisingly weak bite.




Human evolution aided by dogs
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 5-4-2013 | 5 comments
We have an extraordinary relationship with dogs - closer than with any other animal on the planet.




How did dinosaurs feed ?
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 4-22-2013 | 1 comment
From a tiny hatchling just 30 centimetres long to fully grown dinosaur requires a huge food intake.

 
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Unique 'Batman' dinosaur discovered in China
Posted 4-30-2015 | 12 comments
A sparrow-sized flying dinosaur with wings resembling those of a bat has been unearthed by scientists.
 
T. rex's vegetarian cousin unearthed in Chile
Posted 4-28-2015 | 8 comments
Fossil remains of a turkey-sized relative to the meat-eating behemoth were found by a 7-year-old boy.
 
43 dinosaur eggs unearthed in China
Posted 4-22-2015 | 14 comments
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Posted 4-11-2015 | 11 comments
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Posted 4-10-2015 | 2 comments
The skull of a Daspletosaurus shows evidence that it was partly eaten by a member of its own species.
 
 
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