Vancouver Island twins find two 85-million-year-old dinosaurs 32 years apart (

Amateur paleontologist Pat Trask was walking along the banks of the Trent River, when he discovered what may be the fossilized remains of an elasmosaur, a small headed, long-necked creature with paddle-like limbs and a short tail.

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Tooth marks in 13-million-year-old fossil reveals 'strongest bite force ever in the animal kingd (

Ancient Chinese text revealed to be an anatomical atlas of the human body (