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Dinosaur Species: 70 million years ago, dinosaurs without hands were present in this corner of the earth, used to hunt with jaws


Buenos Aires : Could an Armless Dinosaur be dangerous to anyone? But a new species (New Species of Dinosaur) is being claimed that such dinosaurs were very expert hunters. The hands of this species of dinosaur were smaller than those of T.Rex and were found in Argentina 70 million years ago. The fossil remains of a new species named Guemesia ochoai have been discovered by researchers at the Natural History Museum in London from Argentina.

Research results show that Gumesia ochoi, a species of the Abelisaur family, is known to have short front limbs. This species uses its powerful head and strong jaws to hunt. Professor Anjali Goswami, who led the research and co-authored the study, said, ‘This new dinosaur is very unique in itself.’ It has several key features that tell us that this new species gives new information about an area of ​​the world we don’t know much about, he said.

Abelisauridae family grows up to 30 feet tall
The Abelisauridae were a family of theropod dinosaurs 16 to 30 feet long that were found primarily in Patagonia and other regions of Gondwana. Last year also scientists discovered a new species of dinosaur. According to the information, the dinosaur of this species, the ancestor of Diplodocus, was 13 feet in length, five feet in height and weighed one ton. Researchers have reported the discovery of two nearly ‘complete’ skull fossils of herbivorous dinosaurs in East Greenland’s Jameson Land.

Scientists discover ‘cold bone’ dinosaur
Its scientific name is ‘Issi saaneq’ which means ‘cold bone’. Cold bone dinosaurs were found on Earth at the end of the Triassic period, about 214 million years ago, when eastern Greenland was connected to Europe. Cold Bone belongs to a group of long-necked dinosaurs called sauropodomorphs, which includes sauropods. Some of the largest dinosaurs in history belonged to this group, including Diplodocus.

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