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Dinosaurs shape-shifted as they aged

Palaeontologists John Scannella and Jack Horner are presenting the case that the triceratops and it's relative the torosaurus, despite the different skulls, are actually the same species in different stages of life. Triceratops had three facial horns and a short, thick neck-frill with a saw-toothed edge. Torosaurus also had three

Shrimp is world’s oldest unchanged animal

Fossil evidence shows that the tadpole shrimp is one of the world's oldest unchanged animals, remaining virtually the same for 200 million years. Fossil finds show that the shrimp is virtually the same today as it was 200 million years ago, when the first dinosaurs evolved.The shrimps are adapted to