Bigger Than a T. Rex, With a Duck's Bill, Huge Arms and a Hump

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Scientists announced Tuesday they've solved the mystery of the Mongolian ostrich dinosaur.

The mystery began in 1965, when fossil hunters found a pair of 6-foot-long, heavily clawed arm bones in Mongolia's Gobi desert. Nobody had seen anything like them before. Now, scientists say, they've got the rest of the beast ... ...Read More

Source: NPR Science - ingested into KQED

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