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It’s a Hard-Knock Life for an Ichthyosaur | PLOS Paleo Community
A new study published last week in PLOS ONE highlights just how many broken bones and traumatic injuries and infections a species of ichthyosaur can take.
What a pain in the…arms! A record-breaking number of injuries in a theropod dinosaur
Ouch! That word came to mind a lot while reading a new paper published today in PLOS ONE. In the new paper, authors Phil Senter from Fayetteville State University and Sara Juengst from Appalachian State University, both located in North Carolina, describe the many injuries inflicted upon one poor Dilophosaurus wetherilli. And to be honest,Continue reading “What a pain in the…arms! A record-breaking number of injuries in a theropod dinosaur”