New Species of Mini Dinosaur Discovered

University of Chicago palaeontologist, has identified a new species of “dwarf herbivore” dinosaur: the Pegomastax africanus,  from around 200 million years ago, was dug up in a red rock slab by scientists working in South Africa in the early 1960s.This new identified specie is  Less than two feet in length and probably weighing less than the average house cat,

University of Chicago palaeontologist, has revealed a new species of “dwarf herbivore” dinosaur: the Pegomastax africanus,  from around 200 million years ago, was dug up in a red rock slab by scientists working in South Africa in the early 1960s.This new discovered specie is  Less than two feet in length and probably weighing in at less than the average house cat,

 

 

 

Resources:

http://www.themarysue.com/new-dinosaur-pegomastax-africanus/

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