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Old dinosaurs 'paleo' in new comparisons

Advances in technology, increasing interest in creatures are changing discipline

7:34 PM, Mar. 22, 2013
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They aren't your grandpa's dinosaurs. Feathered, far-flung and far more complicated, dinosaurs as revealed by today's technology look quite unlike the dumpy denizens of old-time dioramas.

A fanged fruit-eating dinosaur described as a "nimble two-legged porcupine" made news last fall; it was a pint-sized creature sporting quills.

Duck-billed dinosaurs, old standbys in museum murals, also got a second look from researchers who peered at their fossilized teeth with high-tech diamond-tipped probes. The study, reported in the journal Science, showed the duck-bills had teeth that ...

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