dinosaurs

  • Thailand News

    Ancient dinosaur fossils discovered in Khon Kaen

    Dinosaur fossils, estimated to be between 100 million to 110 million years old, have been unearthed in the Nam Phong district of Khon Kaen. The fossils, thought to be from the sauropod and spinosaurid species, were discovered by a team from the Department of Mineral Resources, led by Sasa-On Khansubha, a palaeontologist from the Sirindhorn Dinosaur Museum. The initial investigation…

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    Thailand unearths Asia’s oldest dinosaur footprints dating back 225 million years

    Thailand has made a colossal leap in palaeontology with the discovery of the oldest dinosaur footprints ever found in the country, and possibly in Asia. The significant find dates back over 225 million years, situating it in the late Triassic period. This monumental discovery occurred at the border between Phetchabun and Khon Kaen provinces, stirring excitement among scientists and dinosaur…

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    Prehistoric animal footprints discovered at Thai waterfall mark country’s oldest find

    A groundbreaking discovery of prehistoric animal footprints, estimated to be 225 million years old, has been made at the Tat Yai waterfalls located on the border between Phetchabun’s Nam Nao district and Khon Kaen’s Phu Pha Man district. The revelation came from the Department of Mineral Resources, which stated that a team from the Mineral Resources Office Region 2 (Khon…

  • Events

    Jungceylon invites you to explore an adventure with bubbly dinosaurs

    Jungceylon Shopping Center, Patong, Phuket, is launching Jungceylon Kids Day 2024: Dino in Balloon Park. they invite all little ones and family to join this adventure through the realm of dinosaur balloons, featuring various species like Parasaurolophus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and T. Rex. The event’s highlight includes beloved giant dinosaur balloons, especially the towering “Brontosaurus,” a gentle, long-necked dinosaur standing over…

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    Jurassic spark: Doctoral student unearths dinosaur fossils at iconic excavation site in Thailand

    A Thai doctoral student made a significant discovery of dinosaur fossils at the Phu Noi Excavation Site, known throughout the kingdom as the Jurassic Park of Thailand, in the Isaan province of Kalasin. The fossils were identified as a new species of dinosaur in Thailand and the world and named Minimocursor Phunoiensis. The Department of Mineral Resources of Thailand today…

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    Ancient dinosaur footprints discovered in Phetchabun’s Nam Nao district

    In Phetchabun’s Nam Nao district, a set of ancient dinosaur footprints believed to be about 225 million years old have been uncovered, according to the Department of Mineral Resources. The ancient footprints were discovered in a dried-up creek at the Huai Hin Lat rock formation, sparking interest among experts. Upon the discovery, staff from the Mineral Resources Office Region 1…