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Giganotosaurus

Could T. rex catch a duckbill? And other dino questions answered.
December 22, 2008 · 5 Comments

[Ed. note: Recently, a reader named Wyatt left a comment on the blog asking HMNS Curator of Paleontology Dr. Bob Bakker a few questions about dinosaurs for a high school paper. We thought we’d share the answers with everyone – as well as wish Wyatt luck with his paper.] 1) Which predatory dino was the […]

Mambo at Mixers!
July 10, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: aka Kath I know that for a lot of my friends and co-workers this tends to be their busiest time of year and everyone is craving those lost summer days when they were able to forget about their troubles and play outside, lay on the beach, or catch the latest flick at the movie theater. It just […]



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