There’s Another Dinosaur to Learn About
There is a new dinosaur— or rather, a new old dinosaur— for people to study. The fossil of an unknown species was found near Bangkok, Thailand, in 2012. Researchers say it was one of the best-preserved fossils ever found in Southeast Asia. Scientists believe the dinosaur was a plant-eater and stood about the size of a modern-day antelope. The small dinosaur proves once again there’s a lot more to learn about the creatures that roamed Earth 150 million years ago.