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OSU-CHS student discovers new dinosaur species, publishes findings

Atkins-Weltman, an anatomy and vertebrate paleontology Ph.D. student in the School of Biomedical Sciences, was studying a small collection of foot and leg bone fossils of what was believed to be a juvenile Anzu wyliei, but histology tests of the bones determined that it was actually a new species.
Rendering of a new dinosaur species Eoneophron infernalis, which translates to Pharoah's dawn chicken from hell. The new species was discovered by OSU Center for Health Sciences anatomy and vertebrate paleontology student Kyle Atkins-Weldman. Rendering by Zubin Erik Dutta.
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