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newsweek:

Here’s something you didn’t see in The Land Before Time: An international research team of scientists has confirmed the existence of the world’s first semiaquatic dinosaur, in today’s edition of the journal Science. 

The Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a ferocious Cretaceous-era creature, is reported to have been the largest predatory dinosaur on Earth. The dinosaur was discovered to have outsized even the Tyrannosaurus rex by nine feet. The study’s lead author Nizar Ibrahim described his work on the Spinosaurus as sort of “like studying an alien from outer space; it’s unlike any other dinosaur I have ever seen.” 

Behold, the World’s First Semiaquatic Dinosaur

newsweek:

Here’s something you didn’t see in The Land Before Time: An international research team of scientists has confirmed the existence of the world’s first semiaquatic dinosaur, in today’s edition of the journal Science.

The Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a ferocious Cretaceous-era creature, is reported to have been the largest predatory dinosaur on Earth. The dinosaur was discovered to have outsized even the Tyrannosaurus rex by nine feet. The study’s lead author Nizar Ibrahim described his work on the Spinosaurus as sort of “like studying an alien from outer space; it’s unlike any other dinosaur I have ever seen.”

Behold, the World’s First Semiaquatic Dinosaur

comedycentral:

Click here for more of Jon Stewart’s coverage of the recent House Committee on Science, Space and Technology hearing.