Skip to comments.New species of dinosaur found in eastern Utah rock
Posted on 02/23/2010 2:19:37 PM PST by Free ThinkerNY
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Fossils of a previously undiscovered species of dinosaur have been found in slabs of Utah sandstone that were so hard that explosives had to be used to free some of the remains, scientists said Tuesday.
The bones found at Dinosaur National Monument belonged to a type of sauropodlong-necked plant-eaters that were said to be the largest animal ever to roam land.
The discovery included two complete skulls from other types of sauropodsan extremely rare find, scientists said.
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Guess they didn’t make it into the ark....
You might like to read this.
No Helen Thomas pictures, ... please, ... I just ate.
Dr Brooks Britt with the skull of an Abydosaurus Photo: PA Abydosaurus was a type of sauropod, a group of huge plant-eating dinosaurs - including Brachiosaurus - which had light skulls because their head was at the end of a long neck.
Shouldn’t the title be old species of dinosaur?
A curlomasaurus ???
“To save it, we had to blow it up”
Thanks for the pic! Good work!
>> They were pre Adamic creatures, they were what was here between God created the heaven and the earth, and the earth was void. It’s called the gap theory. <<
Were they creatures used in the fight between the Angel’s rebellion lead by Satan and God? Did that come after creation of the Earth or before it?
"It blowed up real good!"
We have actual evidence of this...
No, most dinosaurs missed it by a few million years.
Then I guess not...
>> Guess they didnt make it into the ark....
No, most dinosaurs missed it by a few million years. <<
The Trilobites were exceptionally late as well....
Good question. Why don't you ask one?
Was she one of the fallen angels who now serve in hell or is she one of the creatures satan conjured up to fight God?
Thanks Free ThinkerNY. To all -- this may be a duplicate, I'm not gonna check.
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