Year in review: Roster of dinosaurs expands

Evidence suggests warmer, fuzzier beasts

Dreadnoughtus schrani

RETHINKING DINOS  With the discovery of several new species like Dreadnoughtus schrani — one of the largest dinosaurs ever found, weighing about 60 metric tons — and a few dogma-shaking revelations, dinosaurs got a total rethink in 2014.

Jennifer Hall

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