The apparently youthful dinosaur was running around Wales about 200 million years ago
The newly-discovered dinosaur measured 37 metres from nose to tail - around the length of four double-decker buses
The discovery helps fill an important gap in human knowledge about plant-eating sauropods that lived around 170 million years ago
Dinosaurs living in the western continent, called Laramidia, were similar to those found in Asia
Prop was used in the film's opening sequence
Search will resume at 10am for the boy who disappeared from his bedroom
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You can't help but root for Ron Burgundy, the hapless newscaster played by Will Ferrell. That's the genius of the Anchorman films. In this sequel, Ron is shown as an alcoholic, crack-smoking, backstabbing, borderline racist, near moron... and yet he still retains his utterly winning, folksy quality. He is such an engaging character that he even makes up for a screenplay (co-written by Ferrell with director McKay) that is so skimpily written that it would barely pass muster in an old Jerry Lewis/Dean Martin vehicle.
The monstrously successful Jurassic Park series is to be brought back to life (again). Universal Pictures are planning another instalment of dinosaur-based carnage in the fourth sequel, Jurassic World, which will premiere in 2015.
No plot details have been announced at this stage (though the new film will show in 3D), and this blank slate has encouraged us to get in early with a few suggestions for any reading Hollywood executives (you're welcome, Mr Spielberg). Please leave more ideas in the comments - but keep it bitey, and no totally implausible pseudo-science.
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A tiny but feisty species of amphibian that lived in the shadows of dinosaurs has been discovered by scientists.