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Prop was used in the film's opening sequence

Dinosaurs moved in when everyone else moved out

Even in the savage world of dinosaurs, the meek shall inherit the earth, a new discovery suggests.

Fire destroys 53ft model dinosaur

Arsonists are believed to have destroyed a 53ft (16m) tall dinosaur built for a touring art project, police said today.

Dinosaur with 25 horns unearthed

A dinosaur which had a "crown of horns" and lived between 65 and 100 million years ago has been unearthed by scientists.

Under the Microscope: How many types of dinosaur are there?

Asked by: Natalie Emerson

Answered by: Professor Mike Benton, Department of Earth Sciences, Paleobiology and Biodiversity Research Group, University of Bristol

How T. rex's dumpy little cousin terrorised Europe

While ancient North America was being terrorised by Tyrannosaurus rex and its ilk, Europe was ruled by a short, fat and dumpy kickboxing killer, scientists believe.

Money for old bones: Dinosaur fossils become big business

Sotheby's is to auction some of the world's rarest prehistoric relics

The Sketch: Living fossil uncovered – and dinosaurs still roam the backbenches

Aptly enough in environment questions, we had a sighting of a creature thought extinct. It was Gordon Brown. For those with eyes to see, it was clear that he had come to make a statement. And the statement was: I am not extinct.

Long-horned dinosaur is found

The fossilised skull of a dinosaur with the longest horns yet discovered has been unearthed in Mexico by scientists.

End of Alaotra grebe is further evidence of Sixth Great Extinction

Species are vanishing quicker than at any point in the last 65 million years

New species of dinosaur discovered

A new species of dinosaur emerged from the rocks in the western US state of Utah.

The natural world: Fossil hunting in South Africa

I'm kneeling in a hole carved out of brick-red rock, my face a few inches from the floor. The sun is hot on my back and the sweat keeps running into my eyes. In front of me are the delicate, creamy-white and exquisitely delicate bones of a small, plant-eating dinosaur.

Why the dinosaurs died (and it wasn't because they were stupid)

Extended winter brought on by gigantic asteroid strike wiped largest-ever land creatures from face of the Earth

Richard Ingrams’s Week: Desperate Dave tries to avoid the dinosaurs

Is there such a thing as a gay dinosaur? I only ask because of a distinct lack of logic in some of the arguments being advanced by David Cameron in the hope of becoming the next prime minister.

Album: Motion City Soundtrack, My Dinosaur Life (Sony/Columbia)

People who ought to know better are overexcited about the fourth MCS album, but for anyone with their wits about them, alarm bells ought to be sounding as soon as you see that the producer is Mark Hoppus of Blink 182.

Enron, Noel Coward Theatre, London

For a reviewer, there's always the temptation, when you haven't seen the premiere of some big hit, to dissent from the critical consensus when the successful show transfers, trailing clouds of glory, to the West End. This practice can win you Brownie points for independence of mind; it can also, by that token, be deeply disingenuous.

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