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  1. Dragon-like Dinosaur Discovered In ChinaNamed Qijianglong.Read the original story w/Photo

    45 min ago | The Daily Beast

    Farmers digging a fish pond in southwestern China discovered a 50-foot skeleton that paleontologists recently deemed a new species of dinosaur. Named Qijianglong, it's a member of the sauropod family, known for their extremely long necks, which can comprise up to half their body length.

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  2. 160-million-year-old 'dragon' dinosaur discovered in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | New York Daily News

    The Qijianglong, chased by two carnivorous dinosaurs in this drawing, lived in China 160 million years ago, Canadian scientists said. Canadian paleontologists uncovered a new species of mythically-proportioned dinosaur that most likely lived more than 160 million years ago, according to their findings, published this week.

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  3. All Outdoors: Family hunting provides lasting memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | MassLive.com

    ... a truck with a buck in the back under a tarp. PHOEBE : Our neighbor and long, longtime friend Phoebe Nash of Nash Dinosaur Land, a recent 92-year-old, called me to say she enjoys the column. And added, "And don't go spoffing in your column, young ...

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  4. This week in science: ring around the rosy planetRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    Saturn is hands down the superstar celebrity of our solar system. But astronomers have found evidence for another ringed giant hundreds of light-years away that would put it to shame : The details that we see in the light curve are incredible.

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  5. Dippy's existence is a malicious lieRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Times of Oman

    ... And now they're at it again, with just as much purpose for just as pointless a cause. Old Dippy, whose dumb dinosaur brain might be turning in its grave over such an insulting name were it not stood in a giant Victorian foyer, has only even been ...

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  6. Incredible 50-Foot 'Dragon' Dinosaur Unearthed By Chinese FarmersRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | WIBW-TV Topeka

    Paleontologists have discovered a 50-foot "dragon" dinosaur species in China that may have roamed the earth 160 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period. The long skeleton was found in 2006 by farmers digging for a fish pond in Qijiang city in the southwestern Chongqing province.

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  7. Museums are not just places for big people...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    ... 2005 for their activities, accessibility and the museum's many touchable objects from the patable pony to the real dinosaur eggs! In short, it seems we should go forth, inspire and be inspired together with our little people, just so long as we pack ...

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  8. Film Reviews'2012,' 'Blind Side,' 'the Road,' All ResonateRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | American Reporter

    ... approval but is now being arbitrarily closed. At least part of the reason is unknown, but in a sequenced layer of dinosaur fossils that shows their progress from a time of when they were abundant to the time when they disappeared, Dr. Perriman has ...

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  9. Daily Roundup: Tesla Model X, DARPA YouTube robots and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Engadget

    Tesla's Model X has been spotted in the wild; a new DARPA technology lets robots learn from YouTube videos; and Verizon is changing its policy on "supercookies." Get the details on these stories and more in the Daily Roundup.

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  10. Study Reveals New Findings About Late Jurassic 'Dragon' DinosaurRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com

    The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology has published new findings about a "dragon" dinosaur whose fossils were first discovered by Chinese construction workers in 2006. Measuring about 50 feet long, the Qijianglongis is thought to have been one of the largest dinosaurs of the time in Asia during the Late Jurassic, or about 160 million years ago.

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  11. Dining At Home While On The RoadRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Forbes.com

    ... that mission when I moved to Forbes Life in 2004, adding more adventurous experiences ranging from a high altitude dinosaur dig with a paleontologist in Central China and fly fishing in Tasmania to riding elephants on safari in Africa. Anyone who ...

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  12. More Details on Jurassic World's Indominus RexRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | IGN

    Called the Indominus Rex , the creature stands at a length of 40 feet and most closely resembles the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Its biography on the official Jurassic World website , however, explains that its horns, head structure, and thick, bony skin make it different from the massive predator featured in previous Jurassic Park films.

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  13. A Scourge of VipersRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Publishers' Weekly

    ... concerned with the bottom line and advertising revenue than reporting the news, leaving Mulligan feeling like a dinosaur on the verge of extinction. But if that's to be his fate, the reporter is determined to go down swinging, pursuing the truth ...

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  14. Dragon Dinosaur in China With 50-Foot Neck Didn't Breathe FireRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | News Max

    The remains of a dragon dinosaur that stalked Earth 160 million years ago have been found in southwestern China, according to a study in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. The creature's 50-foot neck is an allusion to dragons which actually never existed and didn't breathe fire.

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  15. Jurassic World: Learn About the New MonsterRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | IGN

    Called the Indominus Rex , the creature stands at a length of 40 feet and most closely resembles the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Its biography on the official Jurassic World website , however, explains that its horns, head structure, and thick, bony skin make it different from the massive predator featured in previous Jurassic Park films.

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  16. It Looks Like an Asteroid Strike Can't Cause a Worldwide, Dinosaur-Killing FirestormRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Universe Today

    For decades, scientists have debated the cause of the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs and other life 65 million years ago. While the majority of researchers agree that a massive asteroid impact at Chicxulub, Mexico is the culprit, there have been some dissenters.

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  17. New species of long-necked 'dragon' dinosaur discovered in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Fox News

    A new species of long-necked dinosaur was discovered by Canadian paleontologists from bones discovered in central China, according to the " Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology ." Dubbed the Qijianglong , the sauropod has a neck that measures 25 feet long, virtually half of its body length.

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  18. 'Jurassic World': Meet the Indominus RexRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hollywood Reporter

    The future of prehistory has arrived - online, at least. The promotional website for this summer's Jurassic World , designed as a promotional site for the fictional theme park in the movie, has unveiled details of the Indominus Rex, the newly created monster described as "the most fearsome dinosaur ever to be displayed at Jurassic World."

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  19. Whale Or Dinosaur At The Natural History Museum?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scientific Blogging

    London's Natural History Museum is re-modelling its entrance, moving out the dinosaur and moving in a blue whale. Also spricht der BBC-Website .

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  20. Dinosaur no more: UK museum's Dippy to be retired in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KNDO

    One of the Natural History Museum's best-loved inhabitants, Dippy the dinosaur, is retiring - and his fans aren't happy. The ... .

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