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  • Dinosaur Family Tree Poised for Colossal Shake-Up - Scientific American

    Dinosaur Family Tree Poised for Colossal Shake-Up - Scientific American;

    The longstanding division of dinosaurs into 'bird-hipped' species including Stegosaurus and their 'lizard-hipped' counterparts such as Brachiosaurus and Tyrannosaurus rex may no longer be valid, a study published on March 22 in Nature contends. Among ...and more »

  • New study shakes up dinosaur family tree - Outlook India

    London, Mar 23 Dinosaurs may have originated in the northern hemisphere rather than the southern, according to a new study that overturns more than 130 years of research and radically redraws the family tree of the prehistoric reptiles. The finding ...and more »

  • Scientists uproot dinosaur family tree - eNCA

    Scientists uproot dinosaur family tree - eNCA;

    A replica of one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered is unveiled at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Photo: SPENCER PLATT / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP. PARIS - For 130 years, dinosaurs have been classified as ...and more »

  • Major shake-up of dinosaur family tree suggests they could have originated in the UK - Mirror.co.uk

    Major shake-up of dinosaur family tree suggests they could have originated in the UK - Mirror.co.uk;

    A major shake-up of the dinosaur family tree has overturned 130 years of thinking about "terrible lizard" evolution. Until now, many scientists have backed the theory that dinosaurs originated in the southern hemisphere on the ancient continent known ...and more »

  • Study Aims to Shake Up Dinosaur Family Tree - OZY

    Study Aims to Shake Up Dinosaur Family Tree - OZY;

    Hips don't lie. Almost 130 years of evolutionary consensus is being re-examined after a new study suggested that the longstanding division of dinosaurs into “bird-hipped” and “lizard-hipped” groups may no longer be valid. The Cambridge study upends ...and more »

  • Twist In The Tail: Dinosaur Family Tree May Not Be What It Was Believed To Be - Science Times

    Twist In The Tail: Dinosaur Family Tree May Not Be What It Was Believed To Be - Science Times;

    A new research has suggested that the earliest of the dinosaurs might have belonged to what is present day Scotland. This revelation has put question marks over the 130-year-old theory of dinosaurs' evolution. It is also a major "shake-up" for the old ...and more »

  • New idea shakes up dinosaur family tree for T. Rex and pals - The Denver Post

    New idea shakes up dinosaur family tree for T. Rex and pals - The Denver Post;

    In this April 15, 2014 file photo, a cast of a Tyrannosaurus rex discovered in Montana greets visitors as they enter the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington. By The Associated Press. March 23, 2017 at 1:34 am. By Seth Borenstein, The ...and more »

  • The T-rex and several other dinosaurs may have come from modern-day UK, suggests new research - Scroll.in

    The T-rex and several other dinosaurs may have come from modern-day UK, suggests new research - Scroll.in;

    The animals emerged 245 million years ago instead of 230 million years, as has been believed so far, said the scientists. Scroll Staff. Published 6 hours ago. Updated 5 hours ago. The T-rex and several other dinosaurs may have come from modern-day UK ...and more »

  • Dinosaur Family Tree Questioned By New Study Which Moves Dinosaur Origin To Northern Hemisphere - International Business Times

    Dinosaur Family Tree Questioned By New Study Which Moves Dinosaur Origin To Northern Hemisphere - International Business Times;

    Kulindadromeus, a small bipedal ornithischian dinosaur that is now part of the new grouping Ornithoscelida and identified as more obviously sharing an ancestry with living birds. Photo: Pascal Godefroid. For the past 130 years or so, the taxonomy of ...and more »

  • New view of dinosaurs could radically reshape their family tree - The Sydney Morning Herald

    New view of dinosaurs could radically reshape their family tree - The Sydney Morning Herald;

    The dinosaur family tree may need to be radically rewritten – and even uprooted and replanted elsewhere, a new analysis of about 75 different species shows. The findings, published in the journal Nature, hint that dinosaurs may have originated in the ...and more »