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30-Feet Long Dinosaur Skeleton, Said to Belong to a New Species, Found in US

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On December 4, 2021, a total solar eclipse will occur over Australia and New Zealand. The event will be visible in the Southern Hemisphere. A partial solar eclipse will also occur.
Although India will not get a chance to witness the event, people in certain regions, such as Australia, South Africa, and the South Pacific, will be able to view the total solar eclipse.
NASA has planned to live stream the event from Antarctica, where it will take place on August 21. The entire solar event will start at 12 noon and end at 1:15 pm.
Paleontologist Guy Darrough and his team came across the bones of a new type of dinosaur known as Parrosaurus Missouriensis.
Darrough came across the first known Parrosaurus Missouriensis while working on a project in Missouri.
Paleontologist Vladislav Makovicky talks about the discovery of dinosaur fossils in Missouri. He believes more of these fossils will surface.
Finding dinosaur remains can be a bit challenging since it involves handling very delicate and time-consuming equipment. In 1940, the bones of a dinosaur were discovered in a field in Washington.

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