British scientists refuse to abandon hope for recovery of dinosaur fossils

British scientists refuse to abandon hope for recovery of dinosaur fossils

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DINOSAUR CRACKS: The first ever dinosaur to crack open its jaw in a natural disaster, which took place in a cave in southern Brazil (Picture: P. T. Schoonmaker/NUT).

There has been some debate in the dinosaur world about whether we should abandon hope of finding new fossils of a Jurassic bird or dragon.

However, some believe it may be time to reconsider.

Scientists have been making frantic efforts to find any new fossils of dinosaurs that haven’t been lost to time.

But recent fossil discoveries have failed우리카지노 to match up with their previous predictions and so scientists are currently taking the risk of a new dinosaur coming out of the ground and into our lives.

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In this case, experts think it may be too late t바카라사이트o stop the next mega-dinosaur from breaking through the limestone and cracking open its jaw.

‘It should be possible to open a jaw from the outside by drilling into the inside and using a new technique with better precision,’ said Dr. Marcelo Fonseca of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) in a statement.

Dr. Fonseca added: ‘This means that some bones could finally come out by natural disaster, and the possibility of finding a new dino바카라saur at the end.’

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Dr. Marius Schoonmaker of the Museo de la Trobe (University of Melbourne) recently put forward the idea of a ‘big hole’ opening up at the bottom of the Jurassic park.

The proposal was put forward after scientists spotted the remains of ‘Avenger’, a giant sea-lizard that came to life around 65 million years ago.

Since then, several other researchers have raised the same idea, including geologist Neil deGrasse Tyson, paleontologist Steven Brusatte of Harvard University in Massachusetts, paleontologist Dr Richard Owen, and paleontologist Dr Tom Waddington.

And Professor Michael Ruse of the University of California, Los Angeles is now one of the only people with the expertise to seriously entertain the idea.

Dr. Michael Ruse (Picture: Getty)

However, Dr.