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Brontosaurus" is a song by rock group The Move, written, sung and produced by Move guitarist Roy Wood. Released as a single early in 1970, it was also included on the band's Looking On album later that year.
The finding comes from a study on the evolution of diplodocids, the family to which these dinosaurs belonged. These giant herbivores lived in North America, Europe, and parts of Africa during the late Jurassic period, between 160 million and 145 million years ago. They’re a very widespread family, and we wanted to know more about relationships within the family, says co-author Octávio Mateus, a paleontologist at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Portugal. The new study revises the diplodocid family tree to feature Brontosaurus as an (old) new genus
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Brontosaurus never should have been lumped in with the Apatosaurs, a new study argues. The Brontosaurus moniker persisted in popular culture, but not among scientists. Not among most scientists, anyway. There have been occasional calls to re-examine the species. Paleontologist Bob Bakker, the curator of paleontology at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, has argued for a revision of the A. excelsus name since the 1990s. If Bakker and Mossbrucker are right, the skulls of A. excelsus and other Apatosaurians bolster the Brontosaurus claim. The nasal chambers in A. excelsus' probable skull fossils are larger than in other species, Bakker said, which would have made its bellows higher-pitched. Its muzzle, shoulders and neck joints are different, which would have altered its maneuverability and posture, Bakker added.
CreditsStephanie Bassos - Photography
Brontosaurus - Primary Artist
Erik Harms - Design, Layout
Nicholas Kelley - Composer
Nicholas Papaleo - Composer
The Quaternary Choir - Vocals
|1||Beware Nicholas Kelley / Nicholas Papaleo||Brontosaurus|
|2||Bloodlines Nicholas Kelley / Nicholas Papaleo||Brontosaurus|
|3||Bring In New Blood Nicholas Kelley / Nicholas Papaleo||Brontosaurus|
|4||Designed Disabled Nicholas Kelley / Nicholas Papaleo||Brontosaurus|
|5||A Bigger Sound From Smaller Lungs Nicholas Kelley / Nicholas Papaleo||Brontosaurus|
|6||Mouths Move Nicholas Kelley / Nicholas Papaleo||Brontosaurus|