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Carnivorous megaraptor becomes 10th dinosaur discovered in Thailand

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A fast-running megaraptor equipped with long claws and an appetite for meat is the latest dinosaur species to be discovered in Thailand’s northeast.  

Up in Khon Kaen, where raptors were the apex predators millions of years ago, the Phuwiangvenator yaemniyomi recently became certified as the 10th dinosaur species discovered in Thailand since 1976.

They grew to be upward of 6 meters in length and lived in the Cretaceous period. Remains from the species were first discovered nearly 30 years ago in the Phu Wiang National Park, according to the Mineral Resources Department.  

Officials are embarking on a four-year campaign to see the park become a UNESCO Global Geopark.

https://coconuts.co/bangkok/news/carnivorous-megaraptor-becomes-10th-dinosaur-discovered-in-thailand/

However, later, when speaking to our intrepid reporter, she admitted to being Nok from Kaeng Lawa, though she did like being carnivorous on account of her taste for men.

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Ten?  Only ten?  Whoever's doing the counting is clearly lying, incompetent, or drunk - I can count more than ten dinosaurs right here among board members alone!

YimSiam😏

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There were more than 10 with me last night despite it being a Buddha day, at least I think I remember them.

 

 

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