Neanderthal footprints found in Gibraltar — ScienceDaily

This work started 10 years ago, when the first dates using the OSL method were obtained. It is then that the first traces of footprints left by vertebrates were found. In subsequent years the successive natural collapse of sand has revealed further material and has permitted a detailed study including new dates.

Source: Neanderthal footprints found in Gibraltar — ScienceDaily

Fossils of new oviraptorosaur species discovered in Mongolia: Incomplete skeleton of Gobiraptor minutus was likely that of a juvenile — ScienceDaily

A new oviraptorosaur species from the Late Cretaceous was discovered in Mongolia.

Source: Fossils of new oviraptorosaur species discovered in Mongolia: Incomplete skeleton of Gobiraptor minutus was likely that of a juvenile — ScienceDaily

New dinosaur with heart-shaped tail provides evolutionary clues for African continent: Mnyamawamtuka moyowamkia fossils recovered from East African Rift System 

A new dinosaur that wears its ‘heart’ on its tail provides new clues to how ecosystems evolved on the African continent during the Cretaceous period.

Source: New dinosaur with heart-shaped tail provides evolutionary clues for African continent: Mnyamawamtuka moyowamkia fossils recovered from East African Rift System — ScienceDaily

Iguana-sized dinosaur cousin discovered in Antarctica: ‘Antarctic king’ shows how life at the South Pole bounced back after mass extinction — ScienceDaily

Scientists have discovered the fossils of an iguana-sized reptile, which they named ‘Antarctic king,’ that lived at the South Pole 250 million years ago (it used to be warmer). Antarctanax was an early cousin of the dinosaurs, and it shows how life bounced back after the world’s biggest mass extinction.

Source: Iguana-sized dinosaur cousin discovered in Antarctica: ‘Antarctic king’ shows how life at the South Pole bounced back after mass extinction — ScienceDaily

“I’m Sure Dinosaurs Thought They Had Time, Too’: Over 12,000 Students Strike in Brussels Demanding Bold Climate Action

“It’s great to see the number of people present here today,” said one march organizer. “It’s an incredible signal. This cannot be ignored.”

Source: “I’m Sure Dinosaurs Thought They Had Time, Too’: Over 12,000 Students Strike in Brussels Demanding Bold Climate Action