Due to the epidemic researchers were often restricted from traveling to international domain sites or visiting other museum collections, but they were diligent in exposing the richness of new organisms to the living and extinct sciences. The museum, which collects 80 million specimens, has a staff of 300 scientists.
The first of the two spinozavorites was named Serratosups inferodios, meaning “the horned crocodile-faced hell heron”. In life, the dinosaur played horns and bumps all over its eyebrows. Spinosavirus can hunt like herons, preying on water and land.
The second Spinozaurid reprovenator was Milnere or “Milner’s riverside hunter.” Both predators may have reached about 29.5 feet (9 m) in length and had skulls that were 3.2 feet (1 m) long. Spinosaurid fossils have been found around the world, but may have formed in Europe before migrating to other parts of the world.
“This is a wonderful year for the description of new dinosaurs, especially from the UK,” said Susanna Midment, a senior researcher in paleontology at the Museum of Natural History.
“These models are part of a broader paleobiological jigsaw puzzle that allows us to understand past situations and how they have changed over time.”
Discoveries of other ancient creatures in 2021 include spiders trapped in amber, a relative of plant-eating crocodiles, and the “Jurassic mouse” that ran between the feet of dinosaurs now 166 million years ago.
All creatures are big and small
Earth is home to a vast array of small shrimp-like crustaceans called cobots. They are found all over the world, from mountain lakes to ocean trenches, and in 2021 scientists discovered 291 new species of goblins.
Although these organisms are small, they are an important source of fish and grill food and are important for the Earth’s carbon cycle and ecology. A six-decade-long collection developed by French marine zoologist Franுவாois Moniot and her late husband, marine biologist Claude Moniot, provided the basis for a proper epidemiological plan.
“Cobras are not only free-living, but also many parasites, and they can be found living in all other major animal groups,” said Geoff Boxhall, a qualified researcher in the museum’s Department of Life Sciences. “Finishing the series of documents became my locking plan when I could not enter the museum.”
In addition to wasps, moths, crabs and flies, the researchers also identified 90 new species of beetles from India, including the bright purple and green and large jaw species of the Philippines.
Scientists have finally solved the mystery of a Bush cricket match from Southeast Asia. They first heard its unusual, beautiful song in the 1990s, but until now the two have not been combined.
There are five new types of plants from East Africa called Jewelweeds or Touch-Me-Knots. These plants usually have pink or white flowers, but some birds have begun to develop red flowers that are visible to themselves.
Unfortunately, some of the species found have become extinct, which highlights the importance of recognizing and understanding every living thing on our planet.