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German Paleontologists Find a 'Near-Perfect' Dinosaur Fossil 99

Posted by timothy
from the aber-nicht-ganz-perfekt dept.
First time accepted submitter howzit writes "German paleontologists have discovered what they believe is the best-preserved dinosaur skeleton ever found. The flesh-eating member of the theropod subgroup, which walked on its hind legs, is about 98 percent complete, and also includes preserved bits of skin. 'The around 135-million-year-old fossil is of outstanding scientific importance.'"
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German Paleontologists Find a 'Near-Perfect' Dinosaur Fossil

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