Dinosaur in the Drawer: New Species Found in Museum

In the old days, the greatest dinosaur breakthrough discoveries were often found in clay or tar pits. Late last week, a scientist at the Berlin Natural History Museum revealed the discovery of an unheard of leptocleidid plesiosaur that had sat for more than 100 years without being appropriately categorized in a drawer,  naming the dinosaur Gronausaurus wegneri.

 

 

 

 

Resources:

http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/berlin-researcher-discovers-new-dinosaur-species-a-901005.html

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