Post by Supersaurus on Oct 19, 2008 5:17:30 GMT -5
A huge carnivorous dinosaur has been found in Argentina, well, just the fossil remains, of course. But it's a new species, and scientists say it lived about 70 million years ago. Here's a video clip of the finding:
Post by jurassicmegafan on Nov 13, 2008 16:07:13 GMT -5
I read about a giant dinosaur recently discovered which looks a bit like oviraptor only much much bigger! It had a head about 2 feet across and massive claws on it finger tips. I can't remember what it's called though? If I find some info on it, I'll post it on here. ;D ;D
"Anybody hear that? It's an impact tremor, that's what it is"
Post by Supersaurus on Nov 15, 2008 10:33:20 GMT -5
Here's some info:
The dinosaur world's latest star had a toothless beak, waved feathered arms incapable of flight and may have hunted only plants. But if you met Gigantoraptor erlianensis in a Mongolian forest 70 million years ago, best to have given it a wide berth. At more than 16 feet tall and roughly 3,000 pounds, the beast could stand eyeball-to-eyeball with a tyrannosaur, Chinese researchers say.