Say it isn't so...after all these years. But according to a newsweek a paleontologists has found a new dinosaur series down under...yep in Aussie land!

Researchers in Victoria, Australia did just that, and now a newly documented herbivore has taken the worlds interest by storm...well, kinda.

According to a new report in the Journal of Paleontology, this new species, now affectionately called  Galleonosaurus dorisae appears to be just a small plant eater that made it's way around what we now call Australia. Of course the experts say that was some 125 million years ago so some details may be a bit foggy, but apparently because it was small and appears to have impressive legs it was good at ducking and hiding from the larger more bully types of dinos of the day

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