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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Dec 10 11:02 PM

Dec 11th, 2017: Halszka

Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Dino Duck, which one is real?

The real one is Dino Duck, who’s real name is Halszka.

A dinosaur fossil found in Ukhaa Tolgod, also known as Mongolia’s “dinosaur graveyard,” sounds like a steppe epic. After being unearthed, it was sold on the black market—Ukhaa Tolgod is notorious for its flourishing trade in illicit fossils—and was held in private collections around the world for years until 2015, when it was donated to the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF). Since then, it has gone through extensive examination by paleontologists—maybe more experiments than any other fossil has seen. All this work revealed that it is the fossil of a new kind of duck-like dinosaur previously unknown to science.

Some of its features, including the sickle-shaped claws on its feet, are like those of velociraptors, but other traits are unique among known theropods—the suborder of dinosaurs that includes raptors and tyrannosaurus—that roamed the planet between 252 to 66 million years ago.

The results, recently published in the journal Nature, revealed an amphibious creature that could walk on two legs like a duck, but also had flipper-like forelimbs, like those of penguin’s. It also had a long, swan-like neck and snout reminiscent of a crocodile’s.
Maybe that’s where Donald got his temperament.


Griff  Monday Dec 11 08:43 AM

Well he's a bit on an odd d...

xoxoxoBruce  Monday Dec 11 09:18 AM

If it walks like a duck...

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