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On a steep mountain slope near Marble Canyon, Jean-Bernard Caron places a metal wedge into a crack in the shale rock and hits it with a sledgehammer.
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From history to herring, festivals to family fun at the races there is something to keep all your family entertained this Bank Holiday week.
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More than 50 people attended Buffalo Creek Memorial Library's summer reading program pool party held at the Larry Joe Harless Community Center in Gilbert.
That would be the latest actor to portray the time-traveling fixer, Doctor Who – Peter Capaldi – who officially assumes the TARDIS with the eighth season premiere of the cult hit Saturday night and wastes no time taking full ownership of the role.
The first in a line of dinosaur figures, which are rumored to combine, to form the largest prehistoric combiner to date! Order yours today at theToySource: For those that preordered, the team is busy packing orders containing the figure! Figures still available, and you can order yours at TheToySource here: These arrived in the warehouse yesterday, ... (more)
Scientists find life half a mile below Antarctic ice Subglacial environments below Antarctic ice sheets have long been suspected to harbor life of some kind.
A hiker has discovered a new collection of footprints left behind 125 million years ago by a number of different dinosaurs.
The largest egg in the world could be sold for as much as 50,000 when it is auctioned at Billingshurst in November.
Fossils discovered in South America are evidence of true survivors: a new species of lizardlike reptiles that lived through the event that killed the dinosaurs.
Ancient volcanoes in Northern Australia caused half of the world's species to go extinct, and can teach us about the future.
Followers are flocking to the Lego Academics on Twitter to watch the toy scientists tackle the amusing everyday challenges of academia.
Blackberries poke through a Japanese knotweed plant that has been labeled as invasive and hit with herbicide in Inter River Park.
A paleontologist says egg shell fragments at an Alberta ravine are likely from a duck-billed dinosaur nest.
Paleontologists know plenty about our nearest human cousins, the Neanderthals. They know that this highly successful species walked the Earth for some 300,000 years .
In the Jurassic Period, when dinosaurs ruled the land, tiny mammals probably had to keep a low profile and survive by gobbling any insects they could find, but new research suggests these early mammals may have been pickier eaters than scientists previously thought.
Perhaps you've heard of the Creation Museum, the horrifying Kentucky institution that teaches children and anyone else willing to listen all sorts of Bible-based creationist inaccuracies.
A security guard at the Museum of Natural History runs into a whole mess of trouble when everything comes to life on the night shift.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:59 am
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