Dog-sized dinosaur found in Canada indicates greater diversity

05/7/2013 | Vancouver Sun (British Columbia), The

Canadian scientists have discovered a German shepherd-sized dinosaur that once lived in the plains of southern Alberta, Canada. The dome-headed, plant-eating Acrotholus Audeti is part of a group of dinosaurs known as pachycephalosaurs. Its discovery means dinosaurs were more diverse than previously believed.

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