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Thecodontosaurus

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Thecodontosaurus, Bristol's own dinosaur, to go on display at university
As the unveiling of a life-sized statue on Friday confirmed, Theco – full name Thecodontosaurus antiquus – is not the most spectacular of dinosaurs, measuring no bigger than a labrador dog.
Tussling Over Thecodontosaurus
Paleontologist Mike Benton of the University of Bristol has traced the early history of Thecodontosaurus in a new paper published in the Proceedings of the Geologists' Association.
Study shows ancient British shores teemed with life
Sphenodontians inhabited the islands in the archipelago, which they shared with Thecodontosaurus, the famous 'Bristol dinosaur'.
Meteorite impacts can create DNA building blocks
Sphenodontians inhabited the islands in the archipelago, which they shared with Thecodontosaurus, the famous 'Bristol dinosaur'.
Ancient British shores teemed with life
Sphenodontians inhabited the islands in the archipelago, which they shared with Thecodontosaurus, the famous 'Bristol dinosaur'.

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