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A Cold, Little Fossil: The World’s Oldest Chambered Heart

Can 380-million-year-old fossilized organs last into the present? A new discovery suggests they can…

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The Growing Family of Southern Armoured Dinosaurs

On August 11th, paleontologists announced the discovery of a strange, armoured dinosaur from Argentina. Read about paleontology’s latest enigma and how it compares to other strange dinosaurs from the south…

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Canada’s Mummified Baby Mammoth

In the pursuit of gold, one may stumble across greater treasures…

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The Spinosaurus Chronicles Part 5: The Tale of the Bones…

Now featuring two close relatives…Suchomimus and Baryonyx!

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The Tyrannosaurus Trifecta: Questions Regarding T-rex’s Species Split

A controversial new study has proposed that Tyrannosaurus comprised three different species. As always, paleontologists weren’t too excited.

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A Farewell to the Siberian Unicorn? 

Was Siberia’s ice age unicorn just your average rhinoceros?

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When is a Stegosaur not a Stegosaur?

Sometimes when a new dinosaur is discovered, the name makes total sense. Other times, paleontologists try their hardest to confuse everyone.

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The Best of Paleontology in 2020

A collection of the best headlines, species and research in the field of paleontology from 2020

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The Dueling Dinosaurs are Finally Free!

In 2006, two dinosaurs were discovered locked in combat. They seemed destined to be forever hidden by commercial greed, until now.

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Hooray! Another Spinosaurus Article!

A deposit of Spinosaurus teeth has been discovered in Morocco. What does this mean for the theory that Spinosaurus was aquatic? And will I have to write about Spinosaurus anytime soon?