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Asteroid's Timing Was 'Colossal Bad Luck' For The Dinosaurs

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July 28, 2014
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The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs struck at the worst time for them. A new study says that if it hit earlier or later, they might've survived. Video provided by Newsy


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Toronto Museum Brings Dinosaurs to Life

Toronto Museum Brings Dinosaurs to Life

Reuters (Oct. 9, 2012) — The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is using the latest in augmented reality technology to bring dinosaurs back to life. The technology is turning the museum's already impressive collection of ancient skeletons into a display like no other.
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Tiny Fanged, Quilled Dinosaur Discovered

Tiny Fanged, Quilled Dinosaur Discovered

Newsy (Oct. 3, 2012) — A University of Chicago scientist believes the bizarre-looking Pegomastax was one of the first plant-eating dinosaurs.
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World's Oldest Dinosaur Embryos Discovered in China

World's Oldest Dinosaur Embryos Discovered in China

Newsy (Apr. 10, 2013) — The 190-million-year-old fossils could shed litght on how the largest dinosaurs grew to their enormous sizes.
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