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From the origin of the first life on Earth to the present day, the planet has already experienced several eras of development. One epoch replaced the other, and this was directly related to climate and crust changes. Today we want to tell you about an era called Mesozoic,...

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The theropods are a group of saurischian dinosaurs from the Archosaurs, mostly carnivorous (some species of the Cretaceous were piscivorous, even herbivorous). Its representatives were all bipedal and varied in size. For example, Maniraptors were about 40 cm long (for a w...

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A Discovery Filled With Doubts In 2007, the skeleton of a new curious animal was discovered in Mongolia: at first, it was even difficult to determine whose remains it was. The further the study progressed, the more scientists became surprised. When paleontologists dug up...

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According to biologists at the University of Oslo, who analyzed the data on systematics and paleobiology, in Mesozoic time, the Earth was inhabited by 1936 species of dinosaurs. Although, their numbers may correlate between 1543 and 2468 species. However, it is noted that...

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Nowadays dinosaurs are an integral part of pop culture. They are known to the general public, children are often fans of them, they are present in many works of fiction and museums in their honor are quite numerous. But do you really know all the dinosaurs? It is easy to ...

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The extinction of dinosaurs is commonly associated with the fall of a meteorite that caused a huge cataclysm ( giant tsunami, volcanic eruption, earthquake, etc ) that killed all dinosaurs, after which a new era began. So sounds probably the most common version. But if yo...

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