Sea cows once roamed the seven Seas, including a 12-ton Alaskan monster — ScienceDaily

Zoologists refer to manatees and dugongs as “sea cows” but a simple internet search might return the more playful moniker “floaty potatoes.” Now, imagine a 24,000-pound version, twice the size…

Bashanosaurus primitivus roamed Earth around 168 million years ago during the Middle Jurassic period — ScienceDaily

Relatively small, but fearsome-looking stegosaur measured about 2.8 metres (9 feet) from nose to tail — but scientists can’t tell whether the remains are those of an adult or juvenile.…