Reprinted articles about dinosaurs, other prehistoric animals and evolution from leading media sources.

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Copyright 1998 Truett Garner. Used with permission.

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June 23, 2000: Longuisguama -- a little reptile that disproves the dinosaur ancestry of birds?. From The New York Times.

December 16, 1998: A look at convergent evolution. From The New York Times.

July 31, 1998: Life on Earth -- cooked up in ancient volcanoes? From The New York Times.

May 13, 1998: Great new evidence for Madagascar theropod Majungatholus unearthed! From M2 Newswire.

May 12, 1998: Say g'day to the newest Aussie dinosaur, Ozraptor! From AP Worldstream.

May 1, 1998: fossil dinosaur trackways from the Mid-Jurassic are discovered in Wyoming -- what could they mean to dinosaur science? From The Salt Lake Tribune.

April 30, 1998: Utah loves former resident Allosaurus fragilis. From The Deseret News.

March 20, 1998: A description of "Rahona" (Rahonavis), a primitive bird ancestral to theropods. From Science.

April 29, 1998: were almost all of the mammalian orders in place before the dinosaurs became extinct? Genetic studies suggest just that. From AP.

April 29, 1998: a profile of Karen Chin, the Coprolite Master. From AAP.

April 26, 1998: a very thorough article on Sue as a centerpiece of the Field Museum's increased effort to infotain the Windy City. From the Chicago Tribune.

April 22, 1998: Is the Nautilus a "living fossil?" A wonderful article from the San Diego Union-Tribune.

April 19, 1998: What do Hypsognathus skulls have to tell us about the great Permian extinction? From AAP NEWSWIRE.

April 19, 1998: Discovery of a new Chasmosaurine dinosaur. From The Ottawa Citizen.

April 18, 1998: Much new conjecture about dinosaur behavior! From New Scientist.

April 16, 1998: News of a new Giganotosaurus site in Argentina: were dinosaurs pack-hunters? From AAP NEWSWIRE.

April 16, 1998: Were theropods a flop at hunting?

April 1998: News of a candidate for earliest bipedal reptile. From Discover.

April 16, 1998: Sue the T. rex stays Sue the T. rex. From PR Newswire.

April 15, 1998: The first publicly-displayed Cryolophosaurus skull can be seen at COSI in Cleveland, Ohio. From The Cleveland Dispatch.

April 14, 1998: Were the origins of singled-celled life even more complex than previously thought? From the New York Times.

April 12, 1998: Dinosaurs -- humped like camels? From the Sunday Times (London).

April 10, 1998: an early mammal fossil is found in China. From the Xinhua News Agency.

April 8, 1998: two pterodactyl fossils are found in Japan, one possibly a new species. From Japan Economic Newswire.

April 8, 1998: an interview with prominent paleobotanist William D. Tidwell. From the Deseret News.

April 6, 1998: News of an international expedition to explore an Antarctic lake which may hold 30 million year-old remains of animals. From the Patriot Ledger (reprinted from the Guardian).

April 4, 1998: a fossilized whale is discovered in Taiwan. From the CHINA NEWS.

March 19, 1998: A discussion of Rahona, Shuvuui and the dinosaur-bird connection. From the San Francisco Chronicle.

April 5, 1998: Some 2,000 dinosaur eggs found in Spain. From the Xinhua News Agency.

March 31, 1998: Astrodon the state dinosaur of Maryland? From the Baltimore Sun.

March 29, 1998: Scotty the T. rex article from the Ottawa Citizen.

March 26, 1998: Scipionyx samniticus article from the New York Times.

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