STL Science Center

STL Science Center

05 June 2016

Kids Love the Antarctic Shield

Antarctopelta oliveri is known from a small amount of material and there is an equal, maybe even lesser, amount of material online to share with dinosaur enthusiasts of all ages. The best site is About, as usual with dinosaur fact pages. Using Wikipedia is definitely an option in this instance that would make sense. There are no videos and very few sites that have anything more information. In the case of animals with little fossil evidence and a mostly inferred body plan this lack of fact pages and videos, as we have seen in the past, is not entirely unusual. Ankylosaurs from Antarctica are unknown other than Antarctopelta, making the minor amount of fossil evidence unique and even more special. The lack of websites is alarming given that information though.

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