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"This extreme shape-shifting was possible because the bone tissue in the frill and horns stayed immature, spongy and riddled with blood vessels, never fully hardening into solid bone as happens in most animals during early adulthood. The only modern animal known to do anything similar is the cassowary, descended from the dinosaurs, which develops a large spongy crest when its skull is about 80 per cent fully grown.
Shape-shifting continued throughout these dinosaurs' lives, Scannella says. "Even in the most mature specimens that we've examined, there is evidence that the skull was still undergoing dramatic changes at the time of death."

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"The first time I took the UV flashlight out on the beach to see if it would work, it was beyond my wildest dreams, It was easy to see that there was oil on the beach ... the contamination was widespread." Chris Combs, Photojournalist - National Geographic
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Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction PDF.


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