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The Riddle of the Dinosaur

The Riddle of the Dinosaur Behold the mighty dinosaur, Famous in prehistoric lore, Not only for his weight and length, But for his intellectual strength. You will observe by these remains The creature had two sets of brains, The one in his head, the usual place, The other at his spinal base. Thus he could […]

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Welsh Dinosaur Discovery

Scientists have named a creature dating back 201 million years and found on a Welsh beach. It is one of the oldest known Jurassic dinosaurs and related to the fearsome T Rex. It was discovered on Lavernock beach by a pair of fossil-hunting brothers. Nick and Rob Hanigan, from Llantwit Major, made the “discovery of […]

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