Dinosaur Tail Found in Northern Mexico

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A team of paleontologists had an amazing find recently in Mexico. According to Fox News Latino, Mexican paleontologists say they have uncovered 50 vertebrae believed to be a full dinosaur tail.

The dinosaur tail, which measures about 15 feet long, was reportedly found in the northern desert of Mexico’s Coahuila state. It also resembles that of a hadrosaur or crested duckbill dinosaur, according to the country’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). The hardrosaur is classified as a common herbivore.

There’s no way possible to confirm the species the tail belonged to, but it’s the first of its kind found in Mexico.

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