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Baby Dolphin Dies on Beach in Argentina While Tourists Click Selfies

Baby Dolphin Dies on Beach in Argentina While Tourists Click Selfies

In another incident of cruelty on dolphins, tourists on a beach in Argentina continued clicking selfies with a baby dolphin that came too close to beach and died. At a beach in San Bernardo, about 200 miles south of Buenos Aires, tourists click photos with baby dolphin which eventually died as it stayed out of water for too long. A report published in local newspaper La Capital informed that instead of returning young dolphin to water, tourists clicked selfies with dolphin.

New meat-eating dinosaur discovered in Argentina

New meat-eating dinosaur discovered in Argentina

Researchers have unearthed fossils of a carnivorous dinosaur known as Murusraptor barrosaensis that lived around 80 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period. The dinosaur discovered in Sierra Barrosa, in northwest Patagonia that was around 21 feet long was a violent predator that loved to kill its preys with sickle-shaped claws.

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Study suggests Dinosaurs Evolved Millions of Years Earlier than Previously Thought

Study suggests Dinosaurs Evolved Millions of Years Earlier than Previously Thought

A new study on dinosaur fossils has suggested that the creatures may have evolved earlier than thought. Paleontologists re-examined some dinosaur fossils from Chañares Formation of Argentina and found that the remains were misdated before.

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Fossils of New Species of Terror Bird discovered in Argentina

Fossils of New Species of Terror Bird discovered in Argentina

Researchers have discovered fossils of a new species of terror bird in Argentina. According to reports, the species of terror bird was 10 feet fall and lived in Argentina about 3.5 million years ago. They went extinct about 2.5 million years ago.

The new species of terror bird has been named Llallawavis scagliai by the researchers. According to the researchers, they discovered more than 90 percent of the bird’s fossilized skeleton, which is the most complete terror bird specimen ever found on earth.

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