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    #Discovery of Ankylosaur Borealopelta   
    s gave us clues to how the prehistoric beasts behaved where they lived and how they looked but even the most sophisticated models were just guesses until now at the Royal Tyrell Museum in Western Canada ... texture patterns and colors of a prehistoric giant the notice or is the best specimen we ... you had these very large meat-eating dinosaurs ... notice or was discovered millions of years after it died entirely by accident. Back in 2011 Sean Funk was working his regular shift at the Suncor Millennium Mine in northern Alberta Canada. It is around now 1:30 in the afternoon there's my first day shift and just digging in this material type here ... he arrived certain that what he would find was a prehistoric marine reptile fossil commonly found in the Discovery of Ankylosaur Borealopelta
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    #Ankylosaur Borealopelta Excavation   
    ay a large Inland Sea it made no sense that a terrestrial animal would have been found in this same location a new hypothesis came to life at some point the dinosaur would. At some point the dinosaur would have been washed out to sea it would ... three-dimensional shape. The Suncor team quickly mobilized to unearth the fossil skillfully digging over and around it they got some of the best guys to come and start scraping away the rock down .. a more traditional model of wrapping and packing each individual piece at the time they still weren't quite sure what was inside the rock. Once the notice or made its way to the Royal Tyrell Museum Ankylosaur Borealopelta Excavation
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    #Preparation of Ankylosaur Borealopelta Skeleton   
    technician Mark Mitchell... it was very exciting else a very daunting I look over and see monstrous jackets are like the that that's been take me years to do ... labor once a fossil arrives at the preparation lab at the Royal Tyrell technicians work with zip guns and heavy-duty tools to get rid of the coarse layer of rock around the fossil as they get closer... the most difficult part was trying to get rock to separate from the bone... often very powdery as trying to maintain keeping the surface in place as I exposed it marks thousands of hours of work carved his name in history the species was christened boreal Appel to Mark Mitchell Preparation of Ankylosaur Borealopelta Skeleton
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    #Mesozoic Era    #Armoured Dinosaurs Habitat   
    and it'd be great to see exactly which types of plants this guy was eating and if that hypothesis makes sense the notice or lived towards the end of the Mesozoic Era a time when reptiles ruled the planet. Once Pangaea ripped apart water flushed in between Africa Europe and North America forming the Atlantic Ocean the planet's land masses started to look very much the way they do now the earth was dominated by animals like these long necked dinosaurs the biggest land animals that ever lived. At the time Alberta's climate was similar to what North Carolina is like today the land was covered by lush conifers ferns and cycads the planet was going through one of the biggest changes in terrestrial landscape since life bloomed the Armoured Dinosaurs Habitat
  • 11:25
     
    #Mesozoic Era    #Armored Dinosaurs Habitat   
    and it'd be great to see exactly which types of plants this guy was eating and if that hypothesis makes sense the notice or lived towards the end of the Mesozoic Era a time when reptiles ruled the planet. Once Pangaea ripped apart water flushed in between Africa Europe and North America forming the Atlantic Ocean the planet's land masses started to look very much the way they do now the earth was dominated by animals like these long necked dinosaurs the biggest land animals that ever lived. At the time Alberta's climate was similar to what North Carolina is like today the land was covered by lush conifers ferns and cycads the planet was going through one of the biggest changes in terrestrial landscape since life bloomed the Armored Dinosaurs Habitat
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    #Armoured Dinosaurs    #Osteroderm   
    Raptors the plant eating slow-moving animal only stood a chance because of its impenetrable coat of armour we see three rows of osteoderms.. it's basically a big armored spine coming off the shoulder it's about half a meter long by the end of the Cretaceous period the notice or was long gone and new species dominated land water and air... we'd ever see would be immortalized in rock the notice or discovery can be seen as an ode to the science of paleontology it helps to confirm things that we already knew often big dinosaur discoveries will kind of turn everything on Armoured DinosaursOsteroderm
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    #Armored Dinosaurs    #Osteroderm   
    Raptors the plant eating slow-moving animal only stood a chance because of its impenetrable coat of armor we see three rows of osteoderms.. it's basically a big armored spine coming off the shoulder it's about half a meter long by the end of the Cretaceous period the notice or was long gone and new species dominated land water and air... we'd ever see would be immortalized in rock the notice or discovery can be seen as an ode to the science of paleontology it helps to confirm things that we already knew often big dinosaur discoveries will kind of turn everything on Armored DinosaursOsteroderm

World’s Best Armored Dinosaurs Fossil

Science Breakthroughs - World’s Best Armored Dinosaur Fossil (2017) Known as a Nodosaur, this 110 million-year-old, armored plant-eater is an exquisitely preserved fossil—and surprisingly statuesque. It was discovered by a miner in 2011 and publicly unveiled on May 12, 2017. This is an extraordinary new discovery of a dinosaur fossil so pristine and complete, that it shows off the texture, patterns, and color of a prehistoric giant. Discover this brand new species that roamed during the late Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. The Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta has spent five years and over 7,000 hours preparing the fossil for research and display.






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