The digital reconstruction of the skull of a 200-million-year-old South African dinosaur, Massospondylus, has made it possible for researchers to make 3-D prints and in this way facilitate research on other dinosaurs all over the world.
The partial skeleton of a new species of turkey-sized herbivorous dinosaur has been discovered in 113-million-year-old rocks in southeastern Australia. The fossilized tail and foot bones give new insight into the diversity of small, bipedal herbivorous dinosaurs called ornithopods that roamed the great rift valley that once existed between Australia and Antarctica.
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Quick note to say that our Origins of Music talk, in which anthropologist Dr Iain Morley (@oxford_anthro) explores the evolution of our musical capabilities, has been rescheduled to 26 April. Free tickets here: https://t.co/FO6XU7W4EQ