This is a Reuters’ video about the discovery of the new dinosaur in Argentina.
Jun. 5 – Scientists in Buenos Aires have announced the discovery of a new dinosaur species deep in Argentina’s southern Patagonia region.
The fossil remains were found in the province of Santa Cruz just a few miles outside of the tourist town of Calafate, and belonged to a six or seven meter long carnivore. Like many of the new dinosaur species being documented by scientists, the fossil dates back to the Cretaceous period some 70 million years ago.
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