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New species of dinosaur discovered in South Africa!

The newly found dinosaur species roamed the Earth about 200 million years ago. Scientists believe it can explain how the creatures evolved into the largest animals on land. Could this find be a missing evolutionary link?
Dinosaur,dinosaurs,Walk with Dinosaurs,South AfricaPhoto (for illustration). Found of the new type of dinosaur may fill evolutionary gap. © Travel Explorations.

The fossils from the dinosaur are from the early Jurassic period, about 200 million years ago. They were found in the town of Senekal, near Bethlehem in the Northern Free State, in South Africa.

The dinosaur species is called the Aardonyx celestae. The huge prehistoric animal was a 23-foot- (7-meter-) long small-headed herbivore with a huge barrel of a chest. It walked on its hind legs but also could drop to all fours. According to scientists this could prove to be a missing evolutionary link.

The big news was published in several media World Wide on 11th November 2009.

Read more on msnbc.com: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33856646/ns/technology_and_science-science/#storyContinued

Did Neanderthals have sex with modern man? Mystery may be solved when entire Neanderthal genome is reported http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33721697/ns/technology_and_science-science/ns/technology_and_science-science/

Stein Morten Lund, 15 November 2009

Additional information The world is bigger than you think!

Read also about the "Human missing link" Ida on our global travelguide www.TravelExplorations.com.
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Meeting the Mudmen
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