Fossilized Dinosaur Ovaries
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Dinosaur of the day Bambiraptor, a small dromaeosaurid known from a 95% complete holotype of a juvenile.

In dinosaur news this week:

  • 9 dinosaur fossils have been found with fossilized ovarian tissue.
  • The first dinosaur bone was found in Scotland, that's not from the Isle of Skye.
  • A large Triceratops skull was excavated in South Dakota.
  • A Dino Summer event including a velociraptor chase through a corn maze is being held in Tatenhill England.
  • The sauropod building in Spring Hill, Florida is now officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • A design for a sauropod painted with geometric shapes was shared online.
  • Fun piece of trivia: there’s a moment in Jurassic Park where you can see one of the crew members of the film grabbing a raptor’s tail.
  • Photos of Jurassic World Dominion show baby dinosaurs
  • Minecraft now has an official Jurassic World DLC
  • Google Chrome’s hidden dinosaur game now has hidden weapons
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