Author Topic: Dinosaur fossils unearthed in Spanish mine belong to a newly-discovered armoured species that lived 110 million years ago  (Read 315 times)

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Offline flowers

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2518939/Dinosaur-fossils-Spanish-new-species-Europelta-carbonensis.html

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Palaeontologists have uncovered a new species of tank-like dinosaur in a century-old Spanish coal mine.

The species was discovered after two incredibly-well preserved dinosaurs were unearthed near the town of AriƱo in north eastern Spain.

The armoured dinosaurs are believed to have been around five metres long, a metre tall and two tonnes in weight.


110 millions years old, almost as old as Larry King :whistle:


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What? This is astounding!

They mine coal in Spain? Does Obama know? Can he put a stop to it before they kill us all?
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