It’s incredibly rare to find a complete skeleton of a baby dinosaur, but that’s just what a team of researchers at the University of Alberta and The Royal Tyrrell Museum did when they found the juvenile fossil of a Chasmosaurus belli, a dinosaur similar to a Triceratops. The find is the smallest ever for dinosaurs of this type.
The team made the find in Dinosaur Provincial Park in southern Alberta.
“The big ones just preserve better: They don’t get eaten, they don’t get destroyed by animals,” Dr. Philip Currie, a paleobiologist at the University of Alberta and research associate at the Tyrrell Museum told Live Science. “You always hope you’re going to find something small and that it will turn out to be a dinosaur.” (Photo: Clive Coy/’Dino Lab’,University of Alberta)
THE POWER OF PERSONAL EXCELLENCE
10 PRINCIPLES OF EXCELLENCE (Compliments of Flying Kites Orphanage, Kenya)
1. Do not settle for the average.
2. Develop a deep commitment to EXCELLENCE.
3. Posses ETHICS and INTEGRITY.
4. Show genuine RESPECT for others.
5. Go the second mile.
6. Be consistent.
7. NEVER stop improving.
8. Always give 100%.
9. Make excellence a LIFESTYLE.
10. Never compare yourself with others, only with yourself.
(via Pauline Caballero, co-founder of Mississauga’s Power Yoga Canada during her speech at Blissmode Event held at Living Arts Centre on November 21, 2013)