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Tag Archives: Spinosaurus aegyptiacus
Every Which Way But Spinosaurus
The Saga Continues… Today marks the publication of a new paper describing spinosaurine material from the Kem Kem of Morocco, specifically a set of quadrate bones, the upper portion of the original tetrapod jaw joint. It’s freely available in PLoS … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Morocco, Spinosaurus, Spinosaurus aegyptiacus 11 Comments
In my past comments regarding the strange theropod dinosaur Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, a small storm began to brew as to how, and where the vertebrae fit in a series. An aborted project to revise this series on the basis of comparison … Continue reading
The Outlaw Spino Saurus
There’s been a lot of news now about Thursday’s (Sep. 11, 2014) publication on a new specimen attributed to Spinosaurus aegyptiacus. A lot of hype rose up months back about the release of a photo of a mount of some … Continue reading
Posted in Biology, Biomechanics, Paleontology, Science Reporting, Taxonomy Tagged Aquatic adaptations, Ecology, Spinosaurids, Spinosaurus, Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, Theropods 41 Comments
The Good, the Bad and the Spinosaurus
So, after about a year I figured I’d get around to completing this. Truth was, I got distracted by other research, personal stuff, and little motivation to work on the project I was doing this is connected to. Namely, I … Continue reading
Posted in Biology, Paleobiology, Paleontology Tagged Piscivory, Spinosaurs, Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, Theropods 16 Comments