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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Roughly 80 million years ago in the shallow inland sea that once split North America into eastern and western land masses, a fearsome 33-foot-long (10-meter-long) marine reptile with powerful jaws and tremendous bite-force was one of the apex predators.
The ancient rainforest in Royal Belum, Perak was beckoning and once again a group of Malaysian friends were drawn into the tapestry of a Malaysian adventure.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When the bones of the early armored dinosaur Scelidosaurus were unearthed in 1858 in west Dorset, England, they comprised the first complete dinosaur skeleton ever identified.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The tusks of a stoutly built plant-eating mammal relative that inhabited Antarctica 250 million years ago are providing the oldest-known evidence that animals resorted to hibernation-like states to get through lean times such as polar winters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a warm shallow sea about 240 million years ago in what is now southwestern China, a large dolphin-like marine reptile attacked and swallowed an almost equally big lizard-like marine reptile in a savage encounter that left both beasts dead.
KOTA BARU: A team of researchers from the Department of Geoscience, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK), found seven footprints believed to be that of dinosaurs from the Sauropod species in Bukit Panau, Tanah Merah.The footprints are believed to be between 145,000 and 66 million years old.
The fossils may open a window into what Otay Mesa looked like about 15 million years ago. It was a place where early camels roamed, and prehistoric hoofed mammals, and probably a carnivore or two. And where volcanoes erupted.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When scientists first unearthed fossils of a horned dinosaur called Centrosaurus in the badlands of Dinosaur Provincial Park in Canada's Alberta province in 1989, they spotted a badly malformed leg bone they figured was a healed fracture.
Cats, dinosaurs, and now insects, oh my!