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go the way of the dinosaur(s)

To become extinct, obsolete, old-fashioned, or no longer in common use. If we don't get climate change under control, we're going to see a number of animal species go the way of the dinosaurs. With the sudden ubiquity of smartphones, it seemed like wristwatches might be going the way of the dinosaur. Thankfully, such ignorant views about interracial relationships have largely gone the way of the dinosaurs.
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(https://www.ibtimes.com/giant-ancient-dinosaurs-500-kg-thigh-bone-dug-france-2808915) Dinosaur fossils have been found in most of the continents.
The day also included the chance to meet a baby dinosaur as well as take part in a dinosaur hunt.
By the time Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom opens, the dinosaurs are about to be extinct again.
My Visit to the Dinosaurs, is a must have for the personal pleasure list of dinosaur loving youngsters, classroom use, and home, school and public library shelves.
'Dinosaurs amuse everyone, be it adults or children.
Scientists had expected such a dinosaur forerunner to be a smallish, two-legged predator resembling early dinosaurs such as Herrerasaurus, which lived about 231 million years ago in Argentina.
We still had the bird-hipped dinosaurs (Ornithischia) which really had nothing to do with birds.
The dinosaur village in Amerat Park has been labelled 'the first and the biggest dinosaur village in the Middle East,' where visitors have a chance to see dinosaurs in various shapes and sizes, walking dinosaur models, replicas of dinosaur eggs and dinosaur fossils as well as many other things.
These include one dinosaur recently discovered to have a fluffy, feathery tail.
In Dinosaur State Park, that's what happened in the year 1966, when people were doing construction on the land that long ago had been the place the dinosaurs had been walking.
Co-discoverer Kevin May, operations manager, says the goal was to explore as many beaches as possible for evidence of dinosaurs. "Based on what we know about the geology along the Yukon River, the rocks exposed downriver from Ruby suggested they might be a good place to find dinosaurs."
With a floor area of 2,500 square meters, the exhibition will be divided into four sections: the Dinosaur Fossils Gallery, Multimedia Theatre, Robotic Dinosaurs Park and Dinosaur Fossils Excavation Site.
Washington, May 23 ( ANI ): A team of paleontologists from the University of Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, Cleveland Museum of Natural History and University of Calgary have identified a new dinosaur, the smallest plant-eating dinosaur species known from Canada.
Currie Dinosaur Museum in Alberta--and this year he joined the likes of Sir Edmund Hillary and Neil Armstrong as a recipient of The Explorers Club medal.