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Dinosaurs in the Wild – A Prehistoric Safari

  Dinosaurs in the Wild, a ground-breaking new dinosaur experience, is set to open June 24th in Birmingham. Combining theatre, cutting edge technology, themed experience and the latest science, it takes visitors back through time to the world of the dinosaurs. Live sets and actors are woven with cutting-edge computer-generated imagery and animatronics to create a […]

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Easter at the Natural History Museum

I see that the Natural History Museum in London is gearing itself up for the Easter weekend, with a number of exhibits to keep all us dinosaur fans happy.  Star specimens include the first fossil of a Tyrannosaurus rex ever found, which as we all know was one of the largest carnivores ever.  Then there […]

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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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The British Natural History Museum’s famous Diplodocus is going on tour.

The Museum’s famous Diplodocus is going on tour. The beloved dinosaur will travel the length and breadth of the UK from early 2018 to late 2020. The Diplodocus skeleton cast, affectionately known as Dippy, is encouraging families to explore nature on their doorstep. Dippy’s tour will explore the UK’s past, present and future natural history. It will help […]

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