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New dinosaur is named after Doraemon’s character | Digital Trends Spanish

In China, a new species of dinosaurs was discovered in 2020 that has recently been named as Eubrontes Nobitai in honor of Nobita, a character who appeared in the animated series Doraemon.

According to Xing Lida, a professor at Beijing University of Geosciences, the name is due to the fact that Doraemon as a franchise it has something to do with dinosaurs. In particular, animated films Nobita’s Dinosaur Y Nobita’s New Dinosaur, have made many children like the world of dinosaurs given the acceptance and popularity of Doraemon.

The discovered fossil of the Eubrontes Nobitai is a species of goldfish with a body that looks like it has armor. For scientists, Nobitai is a sample of the diversification that fish took, hundreds of millions of years ago.

The Eubritas Nobitai, in particular, dates from the Cretaceous period. And its characteristics are halfway between today’s fish and those composed mainly of cartilage, such as stingrays and sharks.

The team of researchers manufactured replicas of the fossil and sent them to the Tokyo National Museum, to be exhibited to the general public starting next November. In addition, some replicas were also sent to Fuijo Pro, the company behind some of the biggest productions of Doraemon.

This discovery joins other recent ones that have been made and that have also been somewhat curious; for example, a fossil discovered in Japan of a dinosaur with a duck’s mouth, or that of the smallest footprint ever found that would reveal a peculiarity about the stegosaurus in its old age.

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