DINO> Sampson could crush old T-Rex image * Tracks draw scientists from all over world * Bones found in Eastern Cape * Dinosaur that ate its young

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From: "Roger Smith" <jollyroger@xxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Sampson could crush old T-Rex image * Tracks draw scientists from all
over world * Bones found in Eastern Cape * Dinosaur that ate its young
Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 18:28:03 +1200

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**  Dinosaur tracks draw scientists from all over world
Five earth science majors at UVSC make regular trips south to map out the
tracks of a dinosaur believed to have walked the earth more than 200 million
years ago

**  Penn Researchers Describe Newly Found Dinosaur Of The Montana Coastline
Through the cycads and gingkoes of the floodplains, not far from the
Sundance Sea, strode the 50-foot-long Suuwassea, a plant-eating dinosaur
with a whip-like tail and an anomalous second hole in its skull destined to
puzzle palaeontologists in 150 million years

**  Dinosaur bones found in Eastern Cape
Professor Lee Burger of Wits University confirmed that dinosaur bones had
been found near Kentani


**  Bones of 1st T. rex found up for auction
An auction house hopes to sell a collection of fossilized Tyrannosaurus rex
bones that are believed to be part of the same animal that was the first of
the sharp-toothed dinosaurs ever to be found

**  Sampson could crush old T-Rex image
The dino's skull, which will spend two years undergoing restoration at the
Carnegie Museum of Natural History, just might upset the conventional wisdom
regarding the fearsome carnivore

**  Zigong in Sichuan is fertile ground for dinosaur relics
'The discovery of this place was entirely fortuitous, coincidental,' said Mr
Peng Guangzhao, the vice-director of the Zigong Dinosaur Museum, which is
Asia's biggest

**  Tracks of vicious dinosaur that ate its young are found on Skye
The perfectly preserved prints made by a group of Coelophyses on prehistoric
mudflats on the island's Trotternish Peninsula were found by a team led by
Neil Clark, the curator of palaeontology at Glasgow University

**  T-Rex's close relative arrives in Australian town
Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum and Somerville Collection curator
Warren Somerville said the herbivorous dinosaur, however, was much smaller

**  Other Fossil News: Oil clues found through fossils
A valleys scientist is using ancient fossils and even a louse from a
dinosaur to help big oil companies strike it rich

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