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Scientists Make Several New Dinosaur Finds

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Scientists Make Several New Dinosaur Finds

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Scientists Make Several New Dinosaur Finds

Scientists Make Several New Dinosaur Finds

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Last month, fossil-hunters in Argentina reported the discovery of the earliest and most complete example of a dromaeosaurid known. The dromaeosaurid was a small dinosaur related to today's birds. Last week researchers announced the discovery of a fossil crocodile-like animal with the head that looks more like a Tyrannosaurus.

Guests:

Peter Makovicky, assistant curator, paleontology, the Field Museum, Chicago