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Scientists have mapped a dramatic undersea cliff in the southern Gulf of Mexico that could hold clues to the ancient cosmic collision that wiped out the dinosaurs.
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Researchers are now suggesting that iron embedded in blood proteins preserved the still-soft tissues, cells, and molecules discovered inside dinosaurs and other fossils after the creatures were buried in sediments.
9 hrs ago | Science Daily
The fossils are of a small primate called Djebelemur, which lived around 50 million years ago.
13 hrs ago | BBC News
The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs may have catapulted life to Mars and the moons of Jupiter, US researchers say.
Plantman took a brief but necessary vacation, or personal day - as if the rest of his days were property of Topiary Techniques - to visit the world-famous City Museum Complex.
The Emery County libraries along with the Emery County Travel Bureau presented a Super Host workshop.
Stanford researchers visited the Nemegt Basin in Mongolia's Gobi Desert in search of clues to Central Asia's extreme aridity.
A 17-metre diplodocus costing 4.3 million kroner will be the prize exhibit at the new Natural History Museum A gigantic dinosaur named Misty is moving to Denmark after it was bought at a London auction two weeks by the Natural History Museum.
The Delaware Museum of Natural History's annual Dino Days will feature new highlights, including free-flight, live bird shows each day.
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The resulting firestorm and global dust cloud caused the extinction of many land plants and large animals, including most of the dinosaurs.
Karin Sigloch sailed into the Indian Ocean this autumn to retrieve traps she had set out the year before.
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Eric Scott, curator of paleontology at the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands, seen here in a file photo from 2010, will give a lecture on ancient horses Sunday, Dec 15. Horses are American icons, running free over the open deserts and plains of the west.
A preserved cockroach that died in the act of pooping. The fossilized excrement is shown in panels D and E. Scientists now have an answer to a question you never knew you had: What happened to all the dinosaur dung? Cockroaches vacuumed it up, a new study suggests.