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PeerJ

PeerJ is an open-access scientific journal founded by Jason Hoyt.

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Jackie Thai

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Jason Hoyt

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Tim O'Reilly

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Science X staff
May 6, 2021
phys.org
Middle Triassic ichthyosaurs are rare, and mostly small in size. The new Besanosaurus specimens described in the peer-reviewed journal PeerJ by Italian, Swiss, Dutch and Polish paleontologists provide new information on the anatomy of this fish-like ancient reptile, revealing its diet and exceptionally large adult size: up to 8 meters, a real record among all marine predators of this geological epoch. In fact, Besanosaurus is the earliest large-sized marine diapsid--the group to which lizards, snakes, crocodiles, and their extinct cousins belong to--with a long and narrow snout.
Science X staff
April 21, 2021
phys.org
New findings from researchers at the University of Hertfordshire show that learning to perform magic tricks makes children more creative.
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