New Clues to How the Biggest Dinosaurs Got So Big

New Clues to How the Greatest Dinosaurs Got So Huge

No animals ever stomped throughout the planet rather like the creatures researchers call sauropodomorphs. These long-necked plant eaters were the biggest dinosaurs, and they included the magnificent 70-ton titanosaurs, along with the Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus. Paleontologists have long questioned how these lumbering 100-foot-long behemoths got so huge. Now …

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while Kepler naps The Kepler telescope is running out of fuel, but NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite is ready to take control of the hunt for new planets. On April 18, NASA released the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) into area, prepared to start the hunt for new planets. One month into its mission, a test image revealed TESS getting all starry-eyed …


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