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Hundreds of bones and teeth from dino hatchlings turned up along the Colville River in northern Alaska.Dinosaur families appear to have lived in the Arctic year-round|Nikk Ogasa|July 27, 2021|Science News For Students
Pterosaur hatchlings may have been able to fly right out of the shell — although the flight of those ancient baby reptiles might have looked a bit different from that of the adults.Pterosaurs may have been able to fly as soon as they hatched|Carolyn Gramling|July 22, 2021|Science News
The next month, a volunteer took a photo of the young hatchlings that showed there were three.
Therefore, if their mothers popped them out at the dawn of spring, the hatchlings only had a few months to grow before winter set in.The real Jurassic Park may have been in the Arctic|Sara Kiley Watson|June 28, 2021|Popular-Science
Hundreds of bones and teeth found along the Colville River in northern Alaska belonged to dinosaur hatchlings, researchers say.For some dinosaurs, the Arctic may have been a great place to raise a family|Nikk Ogasa|June 24, 2021|Science News
The average total length of seven hatchling tadpoles is 7.4 mm.
Hatchling tadpoles are active swimmers and have only a small amount of yolk.
The hatchling spider sprang—it was a combat of midgets which was soon over.The Red Dust|Murray Leinster
Diagrammatic representation of ontogenetic change in color pattern in Cnemidophorus sacki zweifeli: A—hatchling, 34 mm.A New Subspecies of Lizard, Cnemidophorus sacki, from Michoacan, Mexico|William E. Duellman
The hatchling does deviate from "typical" pallidus in having darkish flecks posteriorly on the carapace.