3-D process finds 3 dinosaur species are really one

08/12/2013 | ClevelandLeader.com (Cleveland)

Psittacosaurus fossils, once thought to be from three different species, are actually from a single species, according to scientists from the University of Pennsylvania. Using 3-D geometric morphometrics, which uses lasers to gather data on a specimen's shape, was used for the first time on dinosaur remains and may lead to other re-evaluations of extinct species.

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