Young tarbosaurus discovered in Mongolia


This video is a reconstruction of a fight between a tarbosaurus and a therizinosaurus.

From Associated Press:

Scientists Recover Complete Dinosaur Skeleton

By Mari Yamaguchi

posted: 24 July 2008 10:08 am ET

TOKYO – Japanese and Mongolian scientists have successfully recovered the complete skeleton of a 70-million-year-old young dinosaur, a nature museum announced Thursday.

The scientists uncovered a Tarbosaurus — related to the giant carnivorous Tyrannosaurus — from a chunk of sandstone they dug up in August, 2006 in the Gobi Desert in Mongolia, said Takuji Yokoyama, a spokesman for the Hayashibara Museum of Natural Sciences, a co-organizer of the joint research project.

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