Some recent items:
Radio broadcast: Dinosaurs Come Back To Life At The Smithsonian (+ Kathy Wankel visits her find, now the Nation's T. rex)
French paleontologist Lee Rozada successfully defends doctoral thesis about the Angeac-Charente dinosaur site in France, including a mass death scenario for the stub-forelimb ornithomimosaurs (in French)
Thesis abstract in French and English
ABSTRACT: TAPHONOMY OF THE ASSEMBLAGE OF VERTEBRATE FOSSIL MACROREMAINS OF THE LAGERSTÃTTE OF ANGEAC-CHARENTE (LOWER CRETACEOUS, CHARENTE, FRANCE)....
"...It is dominated by dinosaurs, especially a new species of non-ornithomimid ornithomimosaur, many of whom remain resulting from a catastrophic mass death of a multigenerational herd dominated by juveniles and subadults. "
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Head shapes of "raptor" theropods
Canadian Museum of Science and Nature new pterosaur exhibit:
Pterosaur: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs June 15 - Sept 2
Brazil wins legal fight over 100-million-year-old fossil bounty
A French court has ordered the return of 45 dinosaur and animal fossils to Brazil, and will soon rule on the fate of a spectacular pterosaur skeleton.
Titantosaur fossils discovered in the State of GoiÃs in Brazil, the first find of dinosaur bones in the region (in Portuguese)
Progressive Palaeontology 2019 meeting report
Talk by Michael DâEmic in Cody, Wyoming, examines growth rate of dinosaurs
More on giant frozen wolf head from Siberia