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When monitor lizards breathe, air flows into their lungs in a one-way loop -- a pattern known as one-way airflow.
The mystery of where all the dino poop went has been solved.
An extremely well preserved fossil of a baby dinosaur appears to hop out of the rock in which it was fossilized. Continue reading →
The amazingly preserved flesh of a T. Rex has baffled science for years.
The new meat-eating Cretaceous dinosaur was so big, it's now on the list of the top three largest North American predatory dinosaurs.
A newly discovered dinosaur, Lythronax, was an early relative of T. rex and had big sharp teeth and binocular vision.
The huge-clawed, bird-like dinos appear to have gathered communally to nest.
A virtual recreation of the world's biggest known terrestrial animal shows that it lumbered along at around 5 miles per hour.
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