A team of scientists led by Drexel University’s Kenneth Lacovara, PhD, have discovered a new species of dinosaur, Dreadnoughtus schrani. They describe the new species in detail in the journal Scientific Reports on Sept. 4, 2014. This enormous specimen is the most complete skeleton ever found of a dinosaur in the most-massive group of titanosaurs. It is the largest land animal ever found of calculable mass.
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News Release and Information about Dreadnoughtus schrani
News release and FAQ:
- News Release: http://drexel.edu/now/news-media/releases/archive/2014/September/Dreadnoughtus-Dinosaur/
- Frequently Asked Questions about Dreadnoughtus schrani
- Extended interview with Ken Lacovara (Part 1)
- Scientific paper in Scientific Reports (open-access): http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep06196
- Included in the paper’s supplement are links to free downloadable 3D PDFs of bone structures
- Images and videos for download
- Credits and captions for images
- YouTube video interview
- Credits for videos
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