#wanttoknow! – this edition's Tomorrow Today viewer question comes from Ankur Chaudhari in Khushalpura, India. He wants to know why dinosaurs were so much bigger than animals today.
Visitors to the Lourinhã park are greeted by the rearing neck of a giant model Supersaurus — one of the largest dinosaur genera — announcing a collection as impressive as anything else to be found in Europe.
Dippy, an iconic skeleton of the dinosaur Diplodocus, which had graced the entrance hall of the UK's Natural History Museum for 112 years, has set off on a UK-wide tour. It's meant to highlight biodiversity in Britain.
Research has now shown that it may have taken far longer for baby dinosaurs to hatch than previously thought. Thankfully, some of them - our fine feathered friends - appear to have developed more speedily.
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