paleogenetics

These Are The Blood Vessels Of An 80 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur

These Are The Blood Vessels Of An 80 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur

For the first time, paleontologists have isolated original blood vessels from a dinosaur. You’re looking at the tattered fragments of the structures that channeled blood through the legs of Brachylophosaurus canadensis, a 9m-long hadrosaur that roamed Montana 80 million years ago.