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Scientists Discover New Species Of Tyrannosaur In Utah
A new narrow-snouted species of tyrannosaur discovered in Utah reveals that the isolation of an ancient island continent may have spurred incredible dinosaur diversity some 80 million years ago.
New Dinosaur Species, Lythronax Argestes, Discovered In Utah
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Indeed, the fossil — about half of a skull and a half-dozen or so of bones from the body — is of a previously unknown species
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Tyrannosaur Skeleton Seized By U.S. Government, Dinosaur Fossil Closer To Mongolia Return
In a statement issued to the media, Prokopi denied paleontologists' assertion the fossils must have been excavated in Mongolia
Tyrannosaur Skeleton Tug Of War: Fossil Should Return To Mongolia, U.S. Attorney Says
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Tyrannosaurus Bataar Lawsuit: U.S. Sues Heritage Auction To Return Skelton To Mongolia
By Reuters, Reuters
Federal officials said smugglers made false statements about the skeleton when it was imported into the United States from
Tyrannosaur Skeleton: Disputed Dinosaur Fossil Possibly Taken Illegally From Mongolia, Experts Say
The return of the specimen, which is an Asian relative of the North American Tyrannosaurus rex, not only would be a sign
Yutyrannus Huali, Tyrannosaurus Rex Relative, Was Largest Feathered Dinosaur Ever
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T. Rex Were Human-Size Dinosaurs For 80 Million Years
Tyrannosaurus rex may have towered over its Cretaceous competition, but for their first 80 million years, most tyrannosaur
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