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Skeletons of new vegetarian dinosaur species discovered in South America

In Brazil, bones from a newly discovered vegetarian dinosaur species were unearthed. Three "amazingly well-preserved" skeletons were uncovered and received one of the first of the long-necked dinosaurs that lived longer, in a new light 225 million years ago. The new species that lived before giant dinosaurs had emerged would have reached about the 16th weight and was about 12 …

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Powerful X-Rays provide answers about the origin of our skeletons

The mystery of the origin of our skeleton has existed for 160 years, and no scientists have been able to crack it. That was until now. Researchers from the University of Bristol and the University of Manchester managed to find some answers. Scientists used strong X-rays to look into the skeletons, which are among the oldest relatives of vertebrates. The …

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160-year-old riddle about the formation of skeletons solved – ScienceDaily

Scientists at the University of Manchester and the University of Bristol have looked into the skeletons of some of our oldest relatives of vertebrates with strong X-rays and solved a 160-year-old mystery about the origin of our skeletons. [19659002LebendeWirbeltierehabenSkeletteausvierverschiedenenGewebetypen:KnochenundKnorpel(dieHauptgewebeausdenenmenschlicheSkelettebestehen)DentinundSchmelz(dieGewebeausdenenunsereZähnegebautsind)DieseGewebesindeinzigartigdasiebeiihrerEntwicklungmineralisiertwerdenwasdemSkelettFestigkeitundStarrheitverleiht evidence of the early development of our skeletons found in a group of fossil fish that Straight tracing called and lived …

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Dinosaur skeletons hit the auction block in Paris

If you're looking for a daring new decor for your home or business, we might have found just the thing. An auction house in Paris is selling a pair of dinosaur skeletons. One of the two dinosaur skeletons that has been put up for sale is a diplodocus the same type of dinosaur that is also known in the UK …

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