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Dinosaurs of Iowa by Carnoferox
Dinosaur discoveries from Iowa marked on a geologic map. Image courtesy of Witzke (2001). Introduction The state of Iowa is covered mostly in Paleozoic strata spanning the Cambrian to Carboniferous. An abundance of invertebrate fossils like ...
Recommended reading for aspiring Paleontologists by Vale
For all new users on Dinosaur Home and aspiring paleontologists just visiting the site, here are a list of useful blogs that can help you out with any questions you may have! Think you found something interesting and want help identifying it? ...
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by Vale - 1 day ago
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by admin - 2 days ago
Could be an orthocone shell in cross section, deformed by diagenesis.
by Carnoferox - 2 hours ago
Just a rock rounded by glaciers during the last ice age. Glacial till is common across the eastern US.
by Carnoferox - 11 hours ago
Mine was 3 months ago,when I supported utahraptor in the megaraptor vs utahraptor fight night.
by velociraptor - 14 hours ago
yeah,......I know. Tyrannosaur tooth factory, probably one of the most dense, most durable part of ANY dinosaur. http://www.dinosau
by smileylizard - 15 hours ago
A new study by Baron et al. suggests that the old dichotomy of the clades Saurischia (Theropoda +Sauropodomorpha) and Ornithischia is not correct. Instead they propose that the Dinosauria ...
by Carnoferox - 1 day ago

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