Bring back The Dinosaur Society

The Dinosaur Society in the United States brought millions of dollars to research and education about dinosaurs. It was the premier organization for dinosaur enthusiasts to spread their knowledge to others. There is currently a chapter in the United Kingdom, but the one in the United States disbanded years ago. It is time to bring it back so America can continue to lead in dinosaur research with emphasis on new discoveries and furthering interest in paleontology.


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    Themill, United States

    2 years ago Comments: My apologies for misdnderstanuing your question. Well, the T-Rex is different from the velociraptor on so many different levels. I'm sure just a simple Wiki on both of them is going to reveal quite a bit.But I'd like to give your question a shot First, they are different on morphological grounds (proportions, anatomy, size, osteometrics, etc). Second, behavorial (probably scavenger vs hunter) and biomechanical differences. Third, genetics. In fact, do check out their cladograms.
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    Sunny, United States

    2 years ago Comments: In the beginnings of light mprsoccoie development, sections from plants and animals were manually prepared using razor blades. It was found that to observe the structure of the specimen under observation it was important to make clean reproducible cuts on the order of 100 b5m, through which light can be transmitted. This allowed for the observation of samples using light mprsoccoies in a transmission mode.I think main reason is because most labs aren't using digital mprsoccoies.
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