Back in 2004 Jamie Hiscocks was taking a walk on the beach in the south of England when he spotted a small brown pebble — just a few inches across. About 130 million years before, it had been a brain. A dinosaur brain.
<p>Translating the information from dinosaur bones into an accurate picture that includes muscles and skin takes a special type of creativity. When paleontologists make a discovery, this is their go-to artist.</p>