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Dinosaur Fossil Found in South Africa Finally Gives Up Its Secrets

Johannesburg – A remarkable dinosaur fossil discovery made by a South African palaeontologist in 2005 has finally revealed its secrets. The fossil, the most complete ever found of a species known as Heterodontosaurus tucki, was recently scanned at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, France. The Evolutionary Studies Institute at the University of the […]

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Dinosaur Larger than T Rex Found on SA Soil

  The thigh bone of a 200-million-year-old dinosaur has been revealed by Wits researchers, who say it is the largest animal ever found in the Karoo.  Johannesburg – The remains of the largest dinosaurs to ever be found on South African soil were revealed at the Wits University Origins Centre on Tuesday. Dr Jonah Choineire, […]

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