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Dinosaur: Chickens contain DNA from original dinosaurs

How scientists are bringing dinosaurs back to life with the help of the humble chicken

apatosaurus // Dinosaurs fit in an intermediate class between warm and cold blooded animals, a study in the journal Science claims.  Scientists compared the growth rates of hundreds of living and extinct species, using growth rings and bone size to calculate the rates for dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs 'neither warm nor cold blooded'

apatosaurus // Dinosaurs fit in an intermediate class between warm and cold blooded animals, a study in the journal Science claims. Scientists compared the growth rates of hundreds of living and extinct species, using growth rings and bone size to calculate the rates for dinosaurs.

Walking with Dinosaurs. See and feel what it was like when dinosaurs ruled the Earth, in a story where an underdog dino triumphs to become a hero for the ages.

Walking with Dinosaurs 3D (2013)

Walking with Dinosaurs. See and feel what it was like when dinosaurs ruled the Earth, in a story where an underdog dino triumphs to become a hero for the ages.

Several ancient dinosaurs evolved the brainpower needed for flight long before they could take to the skies, scientists say. Non-avian dinosaurs were found to have "bird brains", larger than that of Archaeopteryx, a 150 million-year-old bird-like dinosaur. Once regarded as a unique transition between dinosaurs and birds, scientists say Archaeopteryx has now lost its pivotal place.

Feathered dinosaurs had 'flight-ready' brains

Several ancient dinosaurs evolved the brainpower needed for flight long before they could take to the skies, scientists say. Non-avian dinosaurs were found to have "bird brains", larger than that of Archaeopteryx, a 150 million-year-old bird-like dinosaur. Once regarded as a unique transition between dinosaurs and birds, scientists say Archaeopteryx has now lost its pivotal place.

Mexican Dinosaurs, Quo Magazine August 2013. Labocania anomala for the magazine cover. Art by Román García Mora.

Mexican Dinosaurs, Quo Magazine August 2013. Labocania anomala for the magazine cover. Art by Román García Mora.

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