new species

Researchers have uncovered a new species of tyrannosaur in Southern Alberta. At 79.5 million years old, it is one of the oldest tyrannosaur species discovered in North America.
The creature has been named in recognition of the president's attitude toward climate change.
Of the 8.7 million species of animals, plants and fungi thought to live on Earth, we have only named 1.2 million: 86% of
It's part of a group of butterflies that typically have special traits to help them survive the extreme cold.
The 8-legged creature has been nicknamed "Casper the Friendly Ghost."
As I was reading about the evidence for the yet-unseen ninth planet, I thought to myself, "Wait a minute. Aren't there already nine planets?" I started listing them off, like you do when you're trying to remember the seven dwarves.