Laszlo Makadi from the Hungarian Natural History Museum, Hungary and colleagues from the University of Alberta, Canada and MTA-ELTE Lendulet Dinosaur Research Group, Hungary discovered several fossils of the new species, ranging from small juveniles to large adults that suggest that this species had limbs like a terrestrial lizard, a flattened, crocodile-like skull, and a tail unlike other known members of the mosasaur family.
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HNHM stands for Hungarian Natural History Museum (Budapest, Hungary)
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Specimens were deposited in the Hungarian Natural History Museum (HNHM) and in the Zoological Museum of the University of Antananarivo (ZMUA).
Amora will be on exhibit at the Hungarian Natural History Museum alongside Jack Hills Zircon, the oldest crystals on planet earth at 4.
All specimens are deposited in the Soil Zoological Collection (former Arachnoidea Collection) of the Department of Zoology, Hungarian Natural History Museum (Budapest).
the German Mummy Project based at the Reiss-Engelhorn Museums (REM) in Mannheim, Germany and the Hungarian Natural History Museum in Budapest, Hungary, to help determine the mummy's state of preservation and any disease or injury she may have had.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100525/LA10818) Orlovits is one of a three-member mummy family on loan from the Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, as part of the Mummies of the World exhibition, the largest collection of mummies and related artifacts ever assembled, making its world debut July 1 at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.