Interview with Dr. Emanuel Tschopp, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Turin in Torino, Italy, as well as the author of numerous papers, one of the most well known being, a study published in 2015 about 81 sauropod specimens, which found Brontosaurus to be a valid genus again. You can find more of Dr. Tschopp's work at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Emanuel_Tschopp.
A new antarctic fossil preserved the oldest known bird vocal organ, Spanish researchers have found one of the youngest known titanosaur skin impressions, Jurassic World 2 news, dinosaur costumes showing up in even more places: combating creepy clown news, dancing through Hurricane Matthew, and practicing for an NFL game, and more. Also, dinosaur of the day Brontosaurus, a sauropod whose name means "thunder lizard" and one of the earliest named dinosaurs that wasn't considered to be a valid genus for about 100 years.
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