On July 10, 2020 local time, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, archaeologists from the Brazilian National Museum of Natural History, the Federal University of Pernambuco and the University of Carri released their latest archaeological findings in Rio de Janeiro on the 10th. Scientists have discovered a new species of dinosaur fossils in the Araripi Basin in the state of Ceará in northeastern Brazil, and archaeologists named it "Alata Dragon". Source: People's Daily Overseas Website

Release time: 2020-07-11 18:06:54 [Editor: Li Peiyun]