Sunday, 7 August 2016

Dinosaur diagnosed with severe arthritis - 70 million years after its death

Researchers have diagnosed a dinosaur with ‘severe’ arthritis - 70 million years after its death. Scientists led by a researcher from the University of Manchester analysed a fossilised elbow joint from a hadrosaur type of dinosaur and concluded it must have endured considerable suffering before it died. It’s believed to be the first ever recorded account of septic arthritis in dinosaurs. Hadrosaurs were plant-eating, duck-billed dinosaurs common in parts of Europe, Asia, and North America and ranged in size from 10ft to 40ft long. There are many different types of named dinosaur within the family.-read more

No comments:

Post a Comment

Downs Syndrome

I have a nephew who has Downs Syndrome and I have dealt with people who were in special needs who had downs as well to me they are just peop...