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51 min ago | CBS News

Longest fossilized poop to be sold at auction

If anyone had the guts to guess fossilized excrement, they would be right. What is being described as possibly the longest piece of ancient poop ever found will be sold at an auction on Saturday at the I.M. Chait Gallery in Beverly Hills, Calif.

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4 hrs ago | CBC News

Tyrannosaurs prowled in packs, B.C. tracks show

A researcher on Richard McCrea's team creates a mould of one of the tyrannosaur tracks for study.

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5 hrs ago | Canada.com

T-Rex fossil footprints found in northern B.C. paint new picture of ferocious dinosaur

The Vancouver Sun launches Wine Critic for your smartphone, tablet and desktop computer, featuring wine picks, tips, videos, advice on food pairings and more from our expert Anthony Gismondi.

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5 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City

Volunteer discovers record-breaking dinosaur bone

The bone measures 6 feet 7 inches and 2,800 pounds .and likely belonged to a beast 80 to 90 feet long.

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Related Topix: Dinosaur, Science, Lake View, IA, Sioux City, IA

7 hrs ago | WAVY-TV Portsmouth

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There's something wild happening at the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, and it's positively prehistoric.

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14 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline

Gundalow tours offer new view of Piscataqua

The gundalow Piscataqua is a beautiful, odd thing tucked up against the dock on its namesake river, just off Prescott Park in Portsmouth.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

The Star Online

Primordial hunt: Dinosaur finder Scott Richardson makes prehistory

Richardson looks out over a valley in the Grand Staircase Escalante Monument in Utah: "There are bones all over this place."

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Examiner.com

The thunder lizard that never existed

Othniel Marsh, one of the founding fathers of paleontology, was active in the late 1800s in finding, gathering, and naming many of the dinosaurs that we know and have in natural history museums today.

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KKCO-TV Grand Junction

Local Paleontologist find a record braking fossil

Stacia Strong joined the News Team in March 2014 and is excited to get out and enjoy all the outdoor activities the western slope offers.

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BroadwayWorld.com

Triassic Parq the Musical to Play Bayou City Theatrics, 7/31-8/9

TRIASSIC PARQ THE MUSICAL, winner of the 2010 New York Fringe Festival, is a raunchy ride through the Triassic period! Utilizing the basic plot of iconic dinosaur film, Jurassic Park, TRIASSIC PARQ reveals "the true story," from the perspective of the dinosaurs.

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Daily Kos

Creationist Ken Ham: End the space program or go to Hell

I know this has already been covered , but the kind of people that make it to the top of their respective cultural promontories, in American society, continue to astound .

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Related Topix: Dinosaur, Science, US News, Liberal Political News

WWLP

Check Out the CT Dino Trail

If your family loves dinosaurs, you can have an amazing dinosaur-themed adventure at the Connecticut Dinosaur Trail this summer! Ashley headed down to the Science Center and spoke with Tracy Shirer, Director of Marketing & Public Relations, to see everything they have to offer your family this summer! Get a whole season of adventure! Includes ... (more)

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Denver Post

Dinosaur Ridge trails near Morrison showing signs of vandals, neglect

At the Morrison exit of Interstate 70, signs direct travellers to a point of geological interest.

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Related Topix: Dinosaur, Science, Morrison, CO, Geology, Jefferson County, CO

USA Today

Rewriting dinosaur's story, researchers go to Alaska

Researchers from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas go to Alaska each summer to learn more about dinosaurs and challenge conventional knowledge about the prehistoric animals.

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Lynn News

King's Lynn Museum summer programme

Visitors who take part in six of the activities over the summer will receive an invitation to a 'Super Six' free tea party celebration at the museum on Saturday, September 20. Following the runaway popularity of a pirate trail over the May half-term, the museum will be alive all summer with Egyptians, dinosaurs and much more to find, count and ... (more)

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The Star Online

Biggest four-winged feathered dinosaur found in China

This creature that lived in China 125 million years ago was certainly strange-looking.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Times of Oman

Are we ready to face space Armageddon?

It was a chilly late November afternoon in 1954. A 34-year-old Ann Elizabeth Hodges was having a nap on a sofa in her Oak Grove home in Albama near Sylacauga.

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Cinema Blend News

Jurassic World Unveils A Special San Diego Comic-Con Poster

Because Universal Pictures doesn't have a presentation scheduled at Hall H this year, it's very unlikely that we will be getting the chance to see footage from Jurassic World this week - but that doesn't mean that the gigantic geek fest won't have any dinosaur presence.

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Related Topix: Dinosaur, Science, Horror Movies, Action Movies, Adventure, Jurassic Park, Science Fiction Movies

Examiner.com

Want to relive the Night at the Museum?

The movie "Night at the Museum" with Ben Stiller is being reenacted at the Crocker Art Museum in downtown Sacramento at O street.

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Related Topix: Celebrities, Ben Stiller, Sacramento, CA, Dinosaur, Science

Science Daily

Science and art bring back to life 300 million-year-old specimens of...

Paleontologists have recreated the cranial structure of a 308-million-year-old lizard-like vertebrate that could be the earliest example of a reptile and explain the origin of all vertebrates that belong to reptiles, birds and mammals.

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