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Dinosaurs Documentary reviews

Prehistoric Planet: A Thrilled Paleo-Nerd Shares his Thoughts

Awesome animations? Accurate science? David Attenborough??? Mark your calendars, folks!

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Dinosaurs The Mesozoic Mailbag

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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Australia’s Winter Amphibian, Koolasuchus

While crocodiles patrolled the mesozoic world, a different kind of ancient monster terrorized the frigid waters of Cretaceous Australia…

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Dinosaurs The Mesozoic Mailbag Weird Dinosaurs

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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Max's Random Ramblings

50 Fun Facts About Prehistory & Paleontology

Article #50! For such an occasion, I wanted to do something fun. Inside are 50 of my favourite facts about prehistory, spanning everything from Dino-bats to devil frogs.

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Archaeoraptor and the Great Dinosaur Hoax

In 1999, a small bird fossil is hailed by National Geographic as the link between dinosaurs and birds. If this was the case, then why is it never spoken of? Read about the archaeoraptor conundrum to find out.

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The Nitty-Gritty Scoop on Dinosaur Poop

Does dinosaur poop carry important scientific information? Or is it just the butt of all dinosaur jokes? Read this article to find out!

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It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s a…Tyrannosaurus Rex?

Did Tyrannosaurus rex, the most famously terrifying dinosaur there is, look like a chicken? Read to find out.

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Dinosaurs Max's Random Ramblings The History of Paleontology

The Many Faces of Megalosaurus

Just how many dinosaurs have been named Megalosaurus? If you ask me, far too many.

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Dinosaurs Max's Random Ramblings The History of Paleontology

The First Dinosaur was Named What now?

While today we recognize fossils as the remains of extinct animals, our ancestors weren’t so observant. This led to a few… peculiar name choices, including that of the first known dinosaur fossil…