Thursday, February 14, 2019

Dinosaur discovered with heart-shaped tail

dinosaur heart-shaped tail Valentine's Day
Dinosaur with a heart-shaped tail - Illustration from the National Science Foundation
Just in time for Valentine's Day, the National Science Foundation announced the discovery of a new dinosaur that had a heart-shape at the end of its tail.

This dinosaur, which scientists are calling the Mnyamawamtuka moyowamkia, lived more than 100 million years ago during the Cretaceous period in Earth's history. A research team that was funded by the National Science Foundation found these creatures fossils in Africa, where it once roamed.

I know that I'm a nerd because the news of a newly discovered dinosaur with a heart-shaped tail being announced in time for Valentine's Day really does amuse me more than any such an announcement really should.

For those who are interested, the National Science Foundation has more news and photographs about their latest discovery over here.

With this news further spread, I would like to join all of the dinosaurs in wishing everyone in the Warrendale neighborhood and beyond the very happiest of Valentine's Day. I hope today brings everyone the best of everything.

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