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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Adorable dinosaur skeleton found

Dinosaurs word roughly translated would be 'terrible lizards.' This name is also in accordance with how the original form. Dinosaurs really is a terrible lizard, because they look like lizards in general. This is evident when we look at his size, teeth and apparent ferocity of some types of dinosaurs were already known.

However, there are several species of dinosaurs are not only spent more than 180 million years continuously to stabbing, biting, clawing each other. There are several species of them look absolutely adorable.
Paleontologists discover adorable horned dinosaur baby. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KGtAj9)
In 2010, together with Alberta Red Deer River, the paleontologists found some parts of the skull peeking out from limestone. Excavations continue and later revealed more bone, continue to grow until this framework is almost complete, intact, there is a layer of skin on the ribs and a smooth ring of bone that is the formula in exposing the eyes of the dinosaur.

Once this skeleton is cleaned, Phil Currie and colleagues surveyed and later explained that the skeleton is a baby skeleton of the smallest Chasmosaurus and the most complete of the ceratopsid baby discovered ever.
The smallest intact ceratopsid skeleton was recently unearthed in Alberta. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KGtAj9)
Some parts of the body of these animals have been lost in the 75 billion years ago. Forelimbs and back of this baby may have fallen into the abyss before discovered and the tail end portion of a cute dinosaur has been disconnected.

The size of the skeleton has a length of nearly 5 feet, from the details given by Currie and his colleagues demonstrated this skeleton has a texture typical of the bones of young dinosaur, part of the bones is not fully fused and has a size large skull and frill (tassels) which have not grown out and called epiossifications. All things that are found here makes a small dinosaur is so adorable. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC]
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