Meet Brontomerus mcintoshi. It is a dinosaur species named after John Jack McIntosh, a retired physicist and an amateur expert on paleontology. The skeletal remains of this species were recently rescued from looters of a damaged quarry in Utah, US. Paleontologists say that these long-necked creatures were part of the plant-eating sauropod family, and roamed the land about 110 million years ago. The scientists say that the Brontomerus (Greek for thunder thighs) has the largest upper leg muscles of any known sauropod. The dinosaur used its powerful thighs to kick away predators. Two sets of remains were recovered: one set was of an adult that would have weighed around 6 tonnes and the other, possibly a child, about 200kg.
Rudolph R. Resta was called to the Times Square Building, formerly The New York Times building, from where he had retired in 1999. There he was handed over his two sons in a lawn chair and gambolling on the lawn at their old home, his wife posing in a real jaguar stole, and his father. These pictures, a social security card issued by an agency that closed down in 1953, and an American Express card so old that it wasnt green anymore were all there in his wallet that he had lost 40 years ago. The wallet was discovered recently by a security guard, in a void between an old unused window and the masonry seal behind it, where the thief must have thrown it after clearing out the cash.