New dinosaur finds soar in 'golden age' of discovery

Published: 27 November 2014
CBC: A parade of weird and wonderful dinosaurs have stomped and scampered into the scientific record this year. To name just a few, discoveries announced in 2014 include: Two massive Titanosaurs from Argentina, announced in May and September vying for the title of biggest dinosaur ever found, Spinosaurus: the first known semi-aquatic dinosaur, a little Arctic tyrannosaur called Nanuqsaurus, the first feathered plant-eating dinosaur, and two new horned dinosaurs found in storage at a Canadian museum. Read more

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