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Paleontologists Discover First Known Dinosaur Belly Button

Representation of a recumbent Psittacosaurus, with insert showing the umbilical scar.Drawing: Jagged fang designs Forget the dinosaurs engaged in vicious fights. Put aside the terrifying fangs and claws. Scientists have discovered a softer side of dinosaurs: the reptilian equivalent of a navel. For the first time, scientists have identified an umbilical scar on a non-avian …

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Paleontologists Discover First Known Dinosaur Belly Button

Representation of a recumbent Psittacosaurus, with insert showing the umbilical scar.Drawing: Jagged fang designs Forget the dinosaurs engaged in vicious fights. Put aside the terrifying fangs and claws. Scientists have discovered a softer side of dinosaurs: the reptilian equivalent of a navel. For the first time, scientists have identified an umbilical scar on a non-avian …

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Feeling this near your belly button may signal an aneurysm.

An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) occurs when the aorta, a main blood vessel that supplies blood to the body, becomes severely weakened. This can lead to swelling or swelling of the vessel which can get worse over time, gradually or quickly. In the worst case, an abdominal aneurysm can also rupture, resulting in death internal …

Feeling this near your belly button may signal an aneurysm. Read More »