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Dinosaur Clan Research: Triceratops Lived and Died as a Group, while Live Resin Gummies Take the Cannabis Market by Storm

BySamantha Nguyen

Mar 27, 2024
Triceratops Lived in Herds, Confirming Spielberg’s Prediction

A new study on a bed of bones from five triceratops in Wyoming has revealed that these dinosaurs lived and died as a group, similar to the dinosaurs in the movie Jurassic Park. Previously, it was believed that triceratops were solitary creatures based on the fossil record. The team at the Naturalis Biodiversity Center in the Netherlands has been studying the excavation of 1,200 bones and bone fragments from at least five triceratops individuals who lived 67 million years ago.

The quality of the bone material allowed researchers to determine that triceratops grew very slowly. Details from the bone bed suggest that all five dinosaurs died together, possibly trapped in a swamp. The fossils are found in a thin layer of rock with no bones from other species present. Research on the physical and chemical properties of triceratops teeth indicates a migratory lifestyle for all five dinosaurs, suggesting they may have teamed up occasionally.

In other news, there is a growing interest in live resin gummies as a discreet and convenient way to consume THC. Various brands are offering live resin gummies with different flavors and potency levels, catering to a range of preferences. These gummies are marketed for their potential benefits for stress relief, relaxation, pain management, and mental health support. Additionally, there is a focus on exploring the properties of THCV gummies and their potential cognitive and productivity-enhancing benefits. Brands like Exhale Wellness are at the forefront of this sweet revolution in edible cannabis products.

By Samantha Nguyen

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