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The children of St. Tammany Parish will explore all things underground this summer as the Tammany Parish Library presents "Dig Into Reading!", the annual summer reading program.
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THE 160 million year old remains of a Jurassic era dinosaur will be excavated live in Whittlesey at the end of next month.
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Shannon Litz / Nevada Appeal Rachel Andersen talks about the International Harvester 300 Utility she re-built for her senior project Wednesday at Carson High School.
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Obamadon gracilis was one of nine newly discovered species reported on Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences .
Dinosaur lovers will get a chance to see academic Peter Falkingham explain what paleontology has done to help people understand extinct plants and animals and its relevance in today's world at the Lloyd Center for the Environment.
Standing next to a human adult, the newly named Albertadromeus syntarsus would have barely reached above the knees and it likely weighed just 30 lbs.
Duke Lindsay and his wife Cindy Harmann find all kinds of things on local beaches, simply because they look for them.
A pointer named "Major" was identified this week as the first known example of a modern dog.
In 2002, between 10-25 blue iguanas remained in the wild. Today, there are 750. By incubating eggs in his home office and gathering plants to feed the baby blues, Fred Burton and his team have brought back a species that was nearly extinct.
Eric Scott, San Bernardino County Museum curator of palentology, uses a pick to break out a possible fossil at Tule Springs in Nevada in 2010, as Kathleen Springer, the museum's senior curator of geological sciences and lead scientist for the research program in the upper Las Vegas Wash, looks on.
The Cambrian strata is supposedly the lowest strata that has fossils in it. These fossils are not to be complex at all, but have a simplicity about them.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, Conn., will welcome "Dinosaur Revolution" beginning Saturday, May 25, 2013.
The mighty T. rex may have thrashed its massive head from side to side to dismember prey, but a new study shows that its smaller cousin Allosaurus was a more dexterous hunter and tugged at prey more like a modern-day falcon.