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Chris lives in Brooklyn, NY. In 2005 he studied journalism at Kingsborough Community College and worked in loss prevention for four years. He is also a filmmaker. His interests include animals, basketball, video games, movies, biology, art, and of course, dinosaurs.

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  • Utahraptor


    9 months ago

    Utahraptor was a large dromaeosaurid dinosaur that lived 130 to 125 million years ago in what is now the North American southwest. The type specimen of Utahraptor originally found in 1975 by Jim Jenson in the Dalton...

  • Majungasaurus


    3 months ago

    Majungasaurus was a species of abelisaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in Madagascar from 70 to 65.5 million years ago, at the end of the Cretaceous Period. Like it's relative Carnotaurus, Majungasaurus had pitifully...

  • Carnotaurus


    3 months ago

    Carnotaurus the meat-eating bull had many unique features. It had arms tinier than T-Rex and a bull-dog head with horns and bumps all over it. It was truly a terrifying sight.

  • THE TIGER NEXT DOOR Living with man-eating Tigers

    THE TIGER NEXT DOOR Living with man-eating Tigers

    4 years ago

    Imagine being afraid to take a walk in your own neighborhood or even your own backyard. Imagine that there were ferocious predators stalking your hometown. In Bangladesh this fear is very real, and it is known as the...

  • Autism, is it really debilitating?

    Autism, is it really debilitating?

    6 years ago

    Are people with autism hopeless individuals who can’t function in society? In the past some medical professionals might have said so. Autism, a term coined by Swiss psychiatrist Paul Bleuler (1857-1939), is from the...