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T. rex-like dinosaur head covered in knobby structures
The Dino That Looked T. Rex-y Long Before T. Rex 
Fossil findings shed light on a little-known group of Cretaceous-era beasts—and indicate that the combination of a large head and diminutive arms was no evolutionary fluke.
The Dino That Looked T. Rex-y Long Before T. Rex 
The Dino That Looked T. Rex-y Long Before T. Rex 

Fossil findings shed light on a little-known group of Cretaceous-era beasts—and indicate that the combination of a large head and diminutive arms was no evolutionary fluke.

Fossil findings shed light on a little-known group of Cretaceous-era beasts—and indicate that the combination of a large head and diminutive arms was no evolutionary fluke.

ancient reptile
Image of the Day: Sea Dinosaur 
The Scientist Staff and The Scientist Staff | Dec 15, 2017 | 1 min read
Palaeontologists have discovered the oldest fossil evidence to date for small, stiff-necked, sea-dwelling reptiles. 
Ancient Marine Reptile Birthed Live Young
Bob Grant | Feb 15, 2017 | 1 min read
Researchers have described a pregnant Dinochephalosaurus, and the fossilized remains suggest that the massive animal did not lay eggs, as previously suspected.
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