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Scientists have unearthed the remains of what is now the first named dinosaur from northern South America. The dinosaur, named Laquintasaura venezuelae,…Read More »





was found in a rock formation in the Andes in Venezuela and would have lived some 200 million years ago. Here, Marcelo Sánchez, a paleontologist at the University of Zurich, holds a model of Laquintasaura venezuelae. [Read full story]   Less «
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