Topic: Western University of Health Sciences
A British study found that the 50-foot necks of sauropods, thought to be the largest land animals ever, were made mostly of air.
The fossilized gigantic footprints detected in the Arabian dessert belong to a herd of elephants, scientists say. The seven-million-year-old discovery marks the world’s oldest evidence on how these ancient mammals lived.
Thunder Thighs dinosaur: The elephant-sized Brontomerus – Greek for 'thunder thighs' – lived about about 110 million years ago, and had a powerful kick.