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  BTS One-Day Pass 'The eight new species of dinosaur discovered in Thailand ' Series 1.
BTS SkyTrain, in cooperation with the Department of Mineral Resources, proudly presents a special BTS One-Day Pass Set entitled: 'The eight new species of dinosaur discovered in Thailand', to inroduce the eight new species of dinosaur which were discovered in Thailand.This pass collection comprises of 2 designs.1. Phuwiangosaurus sirindhornae2. Siamotyrannus isanensis Launched in May, 2014

1. Phuwiangosaurus sirindhornae is a sauropod dinosaur, long neck, 27 meters long, lived in Thailand during the early Cretaceous (130 million years ago). Type specimens were first discovered by Thai-French palaeontological expedition, in the 1st dinosaur excavation site (Phu Prathu Tee Ma), Phu Wiang Mountain, Nai meuang, Wiang Kao, Khon Kaen Province. Phuwiangosaurus is the name given to a genus means "Phu Wiang lizard" described by Martin, Buffetaut, and Suteethorn in 1994. The type species, P. sirindhornae was named to honour HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand, who has a great interest in palaeontology.2. Siamotyrannus isanensis is a theropod dinosaur, meat eating, tyrannosaurids, 6.5 meters long, lived in Thailand during the early Cretaceous (130 million years ago).Type specimen was first discovered in 1993 by a geologist of the Department of Mineral Resources, Mr. Somchai Traimwichanon, in the 9th dinosaur excavation site, Phu Wiang Mountain, Tambon Nai meuang, Amphoe Wiang Kao, Khon Kaen Province. Siamotyrannus is the name given to a genus described by Buffetaut, Suteethorn and Tong in 1996. “Siam” is former name of Thailand. “Tyrannus” means dinosaur in Tyrannosauridae. The type species, S. isanensis were derived from isan, means northeast Thailand. “Siamotyrannus isanensis” is the oldest known tyrannosaurids suggesting the early evolution of tyrannosaurids may have taken place in Asia.

More information: Department of Mineral Resources 75/10 Rama VI Road, Phaya Thai, Ratchatewi, Bangkok 10400. Tel. 0 2621 9839, Fax. 0 2621 9841 Website : www. dmr.go.th