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Dinosaur of the day Palaeoscincus, the "ancient skink" that was named after a single tooth, but is now considered dubious.
Interview with Sterling Nesbitt, an associate professor at Virginia Tech in the Department of Geosciences, a research associate/affiliate of a number of museums, who has over 100 publications focusing on the origin of dinosaurs and their early evolution.
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