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Dense bones allowed Spinosaurus to hunt underwater

Spinosaurus is the largest predatory dinosaur known — over two metres longer than the longest Tyrannosaurus rex – but the way it hunted has been …

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Fleshing out the bones of Quetzalcoatlus, Earth’s largest flier ever

Look around any wetland today and you’re likely to see 3-foot-tall egrets or 4-foot-tall herons wading in the shallows in stealthy search of fish, insects …

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Tiny pterosaurs dominated Cretaceous skies

The newly hatched juveniles of large and gigantic pterosaurs likely outcompeted other smaller adult pterosaur species to dominate the Late Cretaceous period around 100 million …

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