Despite the severe conditions that are observed today, dinosaurs with ducks went to the Arctic 69 million years ago, according to a new study.
During the late Cretaceous period, the Arctic was very different from today. vegetation and warm climates, ripe for a variety of different types of dinosaurs, including theropods, members of the seven Tyrannosaurs and the aforementioned wildlife. The discovery of lambeosaurine (crested duck-billed dinosaur) can spill new light on the geographic relationship between North America and Asia at that time, said paleontologist and research leader Ryuji Takasaki.
"This new discovery illustrates the geographical relationship between the Lamebosavrins of North America and the Far East," Takashaki said. "I hope that further work in Alaska will show how close the dinosaurs of Asia and North America are."
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Scammers were found on the northern slopes of Alaska, they are now located at the Museum of Nature and Science in Perth, Dallas
Lambosaurin amygdalus includes fragments of skull with bone marrow The skulls are also much shorter than other dinosaur ducks, known as hadzoaurs. The formation of a park of dinosaurs with squamous bosses in the front, says a summary of the study
The presence of lambosaurine, as we hope, will put a new light on Museum of Peros.
"This is the first evidence of a rugged Hadrosrave in the Arctic Cretaceous, telling us that we still have a lot to know about biodiversity and the biologically productive environments of ancient cocks eyes and that the story of these scandals tells us
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