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Gualicho shinyae, a medium sized two-legged theropod dinosaur weighing about 1,000lb (454kg), had forelimbs about the size of a human child’s. And like T. rex, its hands had just two digits, a thumb and forefinger. The similarity between the two …
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The longest-lived individuals for a selection of species. All except those marked with * are ages for wild animals. E. OTWELL Copyright 2016. Follow Science News on Twitter.
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Scientists said on Wednesday they have unearthed fossils in northern Patagonia of a two-legged, up to 26-foot-long (8-meters-long) predator called Gualicho shinyae with arms only about 2 feet (60 cm) long, akin to a human child’s. The fossils of Gualicho …
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