Two fossil hunting brothers discovered the remains of a new species of Jurassic dinosaur dating back over 200 million years. The remains might be the oldest ever found in the UK, and maybe even the world.
A new species of dinosaur has been uncovered in South Wales, dating back 201 million years.
It is possibly the oldest-known Jurassic dinosaur ever found in the UK, perhaps even the world.
The dinosaur's remains were discovered by fossil hunting brothers, Nick and Rob Hanigan, who have since named the animal "Dracoraptor Hanigani", a reference to the Welsh dragon and their own surname.
They found the bones in 2014, but it has taken palaeontologists two years to analyse them fully.
They are now displayed in the National Museum Cardiff.
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