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File this one under better late than never. Canadian scientists have identified a new species of dinosaur from fossils that were originally collected in 1958.
Two new horned dinosaurs have been named based on fossils collected from Alberta, Canada.
A dinosaur skeleton that vanished from Mongolia likely was sold on the black market, says a fossil hunter from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. The broken skeleton, found in the Gobi desert, was to be reassembled as a centerpiece for the Museum, said Michael Ryan, the Museum's head of vertebrate paleontology. It would have been the most significant chunk of Tarbosaurus in North America.
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