Thursday, June 14, 2012

On Classifications

So, I love the website,  It provides a good source of news about Korea from a variety of sources, both blogs and newspapers.

And, I love science because it

Anyways, when we combine Korea and science.  We get this from Hankyoreh (it's in English), an online newspaper:


A tyrannosaurus footprint found in South Gyeongsang province in 2004.

The footprint has been concluded to have come from a new species of tyrannosaurus, so it was named Gyeongsookimi after its place of discovery.  Its restored picture was provided by the National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage.


That is one mean looking rice-eating Tyrannosaurus.

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