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- These were herbivores that lived during the Permian Period nearly 300 million years ago, and included species such as the Dimetrodon, which had a lizard-like body and a "sail" fin on its back, or the Lystrosaurus, a herbivore with tusks. Among these ...
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- As the planet faces the dawn of a sixth mass extinction, scientists are searching for clues about the uncertain road ahead by exploring how ancient ecosystems collapsed and bounced back from traumatic upheavals.
- Canuckosaur! Not The Name Of The First Canadian Dinosaur, But It Should Be
- A "dinosaur" fossil originally discovered on Prince Edward Island has been shown to have steak knife-like teeth, and researchers from U of T Mississauga, Carleton University and the Royal Ontario Museum have changed its name to Dimetrodon borealis, ...
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