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    Canadian researchers, including paleontologists and surgeons, have identified what they say is the first known cancer in a dinosaur. The conclusion highlights the history of one of the most feared diseases and shows us how dinosaurs may have lived and protected one another.


    “Dinosaurs might seem like these mythical creatures, larger than life and powerful,” said  David Evans from the Royal Ontario Museum.“But they were living, breathing animals that were afflicted with some of the same injuries and diseases that we see in animals and humans today.”

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