Tag Archives: Jurassic

Europe’s Latest Predator!

A new apex predator has been found in Europe that was ten metres long! Torvosaurus gurneyi is Portugal’s answer to T. rex and lived in the Jurassic 150 million years ago. A lucky PhD student in Lisbon discovered this animal … Continue reading

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The Best Dino-discoveries of 2013

Seen as it’s coming up to Christmas and the New Year, I thought I would do a list of the best dinosaur-related discoveries of the year. I have chosen these either because they are an important scientific discovery, or just … Continue reading

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Sea Monsters- Oh My!

Many people see sea monsters as something from myth and legends told by pirates and the Scottish, but in the Mesozoic, that ended 66 million years ago, they were very real indeed. This is a low-down of the new pliosaur … Continue reading

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