We found tracks from plant-eating dinosaurs with long necks and tails

I grew up in Chaozhou, a small city in southern China surrounded by mountains and sea. I was always fond of dinosaurs, and when I was in high school I set up the first website dedicated to dinosaurs in China.

Now, as a professor at the China University of Geosciences in Beijing, I’m also active on social media, with more than 6.2 million followers on [the microblogging website] Weibo, where I share updates on my research into dinosaur fossils and footprints.

Continue reading…We found tracks from plant-eating dinosaurs with long necks and tails I grew up in Chaozhou, a small city in southern China surrounded by mountains and sea. I was always fond of dinosaurs, and when I was in high school I set up the first website dedicated to dinosaurs in China.Now, as a professor at the China University of Geosciences in Beijing, I’m also active on social media, with more than 6.2 million followers on [the microblogging website] Weibo, where I share updates on my research into dinosaur fossils and footprints. Continue reading…