New Brightly Feathered Dinosaur Caihong juji shimmered like a Hummingbird

On the 15th of January Palaeontologists in China published an article in the Journal of Nature Communications about the discovery of a new Jurassic Dinosaur called Caihong juji. This new 161 million year old Theropod was covered in iridescent feathers and plumage on its head, wings and tail similar to that of today’s hummingbirds. This article will look at this new fossil discovery, examining why its feathers are special and why Caihong is such an unusual Dinosaur.

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New Ornithischian Dinosaur Diluvicursor pickeringi identified in Victoria, Australia

Scientists in Victoria, Australia have identified a new ornithischian (bird-hipped) Dinosaur called Diluvicursor pickeringi. First discovered in 2005 and from the Early Cretaceous it has recently been identified as a new Dinosaur. This article will explore more about this new find and what could be expected of future discoveries in the region. Continue reading “New Ornithischian Dinosaur Diluvicursor pickeringi identified in Victoria, Australia”