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A team of geologists and paleontologists has agreed on an issue that you might have not realized was still in question: an asteroid, and the fallout from its impact, killed the dinosaurs.
A 6-day, 600-mile tour through the Cowboy State reveals Buffalo Bill history, antique guns, Western whiskey, dinosaur fossils and relaxing hot springs Our trip to Wyoming was the kind of vacation I used to fantasize about in my pre-motorhome days: no stress, no expectations and a generous deadline.
In news that will most certainly work its way into my most erotic fantasies, some paleontologists now believe that t-rexes hunted in packs , working together to bring down large prey.
Sometimes you just want a good adventure park that makes it OK for you to test out the swings too.
WHAT prompted one of our most successful models to post a naked selfie on Instagram? And has the government really sold us out? IN A story straight out of Exodus, a Chinese river has a mysterious plague-like transformation, turning into a crimson red colour.
Although the Koch brothers help fund Republican candidates, who often express creationist beliefs, they promote more mainstream scientific endeavors through their charitable foundations.
The coupling of the space rock that crashed into Earth with a period of low diversity among herbivorous dinosaurs may have set the stage for the massive die-off 65-million years ago If the space rock thought to have killed the dinosaurs had come a few million years earlier or later, they might have survived, scientists say.
Who has ever heard of a fossilized brain? Few would expect such a discovery, yet it looks like that's what researchers found inside a Stone Age skull from Norway.
Illustration of asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs. Animals might have survived if impact happened a few million years earlier or later.
Dinosaurs were wiped out by an asteroid impact when they were at their most vulnerable, according to a new study.
In the mountains of Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve, Dr. Tony Fiorillo, curator of earth sciences at The Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, is leading an annual expedition to hunt for remnants of dinosaurs in Denali.
Dinosaurs could be roaming the Earth today instead of humans if they had not fallen victim to "colossal bad luck", according to new research led by Scottish scientists.
If you've visited a dinosaur exhibit in the last five years you know that at least some of the scaly, reptilian-looking creatures most of us imagined were in fact plumed.
For the first time in three decades, scientists are about to revisit one of North America's most remarkable troves of ancient fossils: the bones of tens of thousands of animals piled at least 30 feet deep at the bottom of a sinkhole-type cave.
Museum bosses have said nine dinosaurs are suspected of taking "bites" out of precious artefacts and there has bee discovery of some dinosaur bones Until August 31, children are being asked to become great dinosaur detectives to help staff solve clues around the museum, look at dinosaur fossils and find out which one of our naughty dinosaurs is ... (more)
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:46 am
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