First diagnosis of dinosaur arthritis shows it lived in pain
Tough lifeAllen Creative / Steve Allen / AlamyBy New Scientist staff and Press AssociationA dinosaur has been diagnosed with severe arthritis 70 million years after its death. Scientists believe the hadrosaur, a plant-eating duck-billed dinosaur, must have endured considerable suffering before reaching the end of its life. X-ray analysis of its fossilised...
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