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Spanish scientists have unearthed what could be Europe's largest dinosaur boneyard, finding the remains of 65-foot plant-eaters never before discovered on the continent.
The paleontologists believe they have found eight different species amid the 8,000 fossils discovered so far.
The range of species they are finding at the 80-million-year-old site and their state of conservation is virtually unparalleled in Europe and challenges long-held beliefs about the way in which dinosaurs became extinct.
What I don't understand is how a thread called "Russia: Special Services aware of UFO construction" can be related to this.
reply to post by ArMaP
And I will grab this opportunity to, once more, show my best fossil, a tooth from a Carcharodon Megalodon.