Scar on duckbill dinosaur reveals how its wounds healed

03/1/2013 | National Geographic News

A scar found on the fossilized skin of a duckbill dinosaur shows that the creature healed much like modern-day reptiles, researchers said. Scientists believe the dinosaur, which lived about 65 millions years ago, may have gotten the wound from a Tyrannosaurus rex. "I would imagine just about every dinosaur walking around had similar scars," said paleontologist Phil Bell.

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