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PLoS ONE News and Blog Round-Up

In this month’s digest – the T. rex is larger than previously thought, babies can be altruistic and more.

The article, A Computational Analysis of Limb and Body Dimensions inTyrannosaurus rex with Implications for Locomotion, Ontogeny, and Growth, by John R. Hutchinson, Karl T. Bates, Julia Molnar, Vivian Allen,  and Peter Makovicky received coverage from Xinhua, The Christian Science Monitor, and Slashdot.

Fairness Expectations and Altruistic Sharing in 15-Month-Old Human Infants received media coverage from Science 2.0, Scientific American, and WFAA-TV.

News for Your Neurons, Surprising Science and The Thoughtful Animal covered, Use of “Entertainment” Chimpanzees in Commercials Distorts Public Perception Regarding Their Conservation Status.

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