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The most complete UK dinosaur in a century found on the Isle of Wight

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A handout image shows artist John Sibbick's depiction of Comptonatus chasei, a new species of a plant-eating dinosaur
July 10, 2024
Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - The fossil remains of a plant-eating dinosaur estimated to have roamed the earth some 125 million years ago have been discovered on England's Isle of Wight, with scientists believing it to be the most complete new specimen found in Britain in a century.

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