This week in 7 Days of Science, some news is looked at. Ground-breaking stuff. Anyway, some of this news contains a satellite that’s going to fly into an asteroid for fun, some of it contains stuff about a toothless therapod dinosaur, and some of it talks about… a unicorn? I don’t know; I wasn’t really listening when they told me what to write in the description so that’s the best you’re getting.
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A toothless ceratosaur:
Elasmotherium is no longer horny:
(Good thread on the topic):
So Titov et al's recent paper on Elasmotherium's horn structure shook things up a bit for this animal's horn appearance. It's definitely a needed conversation that needs to be had in regards to its appearance, though there were things I felt should have been discussed (thread)-> pic.twitter.com/TDCcFCszPn
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A new alvarezsaurid:
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You know what would be even better?
Speculative evolution part 3