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Rare baby dinosaur skeleton shows it looked remarkably like its parents

This baby Plateosaurus fossil is named “Fabian” and appears in in the Sauriermuseum Frick in Switzerland. The larger bone above it is a thigh bone from a more grown-up Plateosaur.


Sauriermuseum Frick, Switzerland

Human babies look pretty different from human adults. The same can’t be said for the Plateosaurus, a large long-necked dinosaur that once dwelled in Europe. An exceptional fossil of a baby Plateosaurus is helping scientists better understand the life and times of these long-extinct animals.

The baby dino, which weighed up to 130 pounds (60 kilograms) and stretched 7.5 feet (2.3 meters) long, was uncovered in 2015 in Switzerland. Paleontologists at the University of Bonn in Germany published a study of the dinosaur, nicknamed “Fabian,” in the journal Acta Palaeontologica Polonica this week. 

An adult Plateosaurus could weigh in at over 4

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How 2016 Electoral College Map Final Results Looked, and How It Could Change This Election

Following the 2016 presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the electoral college map turned red in key swing states as the Republican won the overall U.S. electoral college vote that handed him the White House.

However, the electoral college map of the 2020 election could look very different. According to projections by pollsters at FiveThirtyEight, this year’s Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden could win key swing states back from Trump.

Any candidate will need to secure at least 270, out of 538, electoral college votes to win the presidential election. Here Newsweek looks at the 2016 map and how it is predicted to change this time around…

Electoral College Map 2016

Electoral College Map 2016
This graphic shows the final electoral college map of the 2016 presidential election between President Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton in which Trump won all six key swing states: Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
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