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  1. Life-Size Dinosaurs Invade TRAC CenterRead the original story

    1 hr ago | KVEW-TV Kennewick

    ... scenes, the exhibition is designed for visitors of all ages with huge T-Rex and Triceratops fossil digs, towering dinosaur theme inflatable mazes, and more. Doors to the exhibition opened Friday at 3:00 p.m., and goes on until 8:00 p.m. The ...


  2. In Photos: The UK's Geologic WondersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | LiveScience

    ... of London . (Image credit: Copyright Lynsey Angus) Bendrick Rock in South Wales is a paleontological site that has dinosaur track marks. However, tourists won't see all of the Mesozoic footprints at Bendrick Rock. Some of them have been excavated ...


  3. "Life Story," Virginia Lee Burton's Picture Book for the AgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New Yorker

    In 1962, Virginia Lee Burton, the Gloucester, Massachusetts, writer and illustrator of "Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel," "Katy and the Big Snow," and the Caldecott Award-winning "The Little House," among others, published her final picture book, "Life Story," a hardy, quiet work of genius that starts with the birth of the sun, proceeds through fires and ferns and glaciers, and ends with you, the reader, living your life in the present day. "Life Story," a Wagnerian opera of a book with a Hansel and Gretel aesthetic, is not as famous, somehow, as "Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel" or "The Little House."


  4. This T-Rex Beat Extinction And Now He's Gonna Beat Everyone On 'American Ninja Warrior'Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | MTV

    ... a pretty buff T-Rex. OK, it's not really a T-Rex, but this spot-on costume is the next best thing. The man in the dinosaur suit is actually a hopeful contestant named Reko Rivera . The big difference is that Rivera isn't held back by the tiny little ...


  5. 125-Million-Year-Old Mammal Fossil Reveals the Early Evolution of Hair and SpinesRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Newswise

    The discovery of a new 125-million-year-old fossil mammal in Spain has pushed back the earliest record of preserved mammalian hair structures and inner organs by more than 60 million years. The specimen, named Spinolestes xenarthrosus , was fossilized with remarkably intact guard hairs, underfur, tiny hedgehog-like spines and even evidence of a fungal hair infection.


  6. MUST-WATCH: Dinosaur runs 'America Ninja Warrior' style obstacle courseRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WPXI

    In a display of "Jurassic Parkour", Reko Rivera runs an American Ninja Warrior-style training course in an inflatible Tyrannosaurus Rex suit. Rivera does a pretty good job despite the T-Rex's historically short arms -- though perhaps this one should be called T-FLEX.


  7. Zimbabwe: Low Water Levels a Boon for Dino HuntersRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    Fancy a dinosaur safari in Zimbabwe? The recent drop of water levels in Lake Kariba may not be good for power generation but might allow for the discovery of more fossils, according to the owner of a safari camp. Steve Edwards of Musango Safari Camp has found six dinosaur fossil bed sites on the shores of Kariba dam in recent years.


  8. Tips and rumours: An early (and roary) birthday present for Clive?Read the original story

    19 hrs ago | Crikey

    Yesterday we noted that a Melbourne company was urgently trying to sell 20 animatronic dinosaurs as part of a receivers' sale, and that the "specially designed, museum quality exhibits" had most recently been displayed in Queensland. Could they belong to MP and dinosaur fan Clive Palmer, we asked.


  9. MomentumTHE Gift of GratitudeRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | American Reporter

    ... approval but is now being arbitrarily closed. At least part of the reason is unknown, but in a sequenced layer of dinosaur fossils that shows their progress from a time of when they were abundant to the time when they disappeared, Dr. Perriman has ...


  10. Fossil adds to evidence of dinosaurs in MinnesotaRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    ... 1 -inch The fully intact claw, thought to be about 90 million years old, is only Minnesota's third piece of dinosaur remains ever documented, experts say. Although paleontologists don't know to what extent dinosaurs made Minnesota home, the ...


  11. Fascinating fossil findRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | KETV-TV



  12. UNL student's sharp eye leads to prehistoric discoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | KETV-TV

    Lately the big buzz in science has been all about Mars -- but there's a pretty incredible find here on Earth, too. They outlasted the dinosaurs, then became extinct themselves.


  13. Someone in a Dinosaur Costume Totally Aced This 'American Ninja Warrior' CourseRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | ETonline

    So a T-Rex walks into an American Ninja Warrior training coursea no, it's not the set up to the world's stupidest joke, but it is the premise to the week's funniest YouTube video. In this amazing clip, we get a small glimpse at what a dinosaur apocalypse might look like if a) they all returned from extinction and b) went through years of gymnastics classes.


  14. Did dinosaurs go back in time by re-adopting the physical traits of...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    The remains of a dinosaur believed to date back to the Upper Cretaceous period were recovered from a formation in Neixiang, a county in central China's Henan province. Photo: SCMP Pictures Dinosaurs may have regressed biologically at some point in history and re-adopted characteristics of their ancestors, according to a new study by Chinese scientists.


  15. Faces to See, Places to Be at New York Comic ConRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall Street Journal

    Trish Murray and Valentina Lampon, 5 years old, get some attention from a dinosaur from Jurassic World at New York Comic Con, which began Thursday at the Jacob K. Javits Center. New York Comic Con is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with yet another growth spurt, one that has taken the annual celebration of all things geeky-from Batman to "The Walking Dead"-beyond the Jacob K. Javits Center.


  16. Someone Ran the American Ninja Warrior Course in a Full T-Rex CostumeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | E! Online

    ... perfection . Watch as Reko Rivera climbs ramps, swings on ropes and generally looks hilarious in a giant inflatable dinosaur costume. YouTube commenter RocketJump said they should have called this "Jurassic Parkour" and we have to agree with them ...


  17. Birds DID evolve soon enough to fly above the the dinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    ... similar to those of many living birds. An international team of Spanish paleontologists and NHM's Director of the Dinosaur Institute, Dr. Luis M. Chiappe, studied the exceptionally preserved wing of a 125-million-year-old bird from central Spain. ...


  18. October half term: What events are on near youRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Surrey Advertiser

    ... 01252 329155. Address: Princes Hall, Princes Way, GU11 1NX Tuesday 27 October - it's a real dino-fest. Make a clay dinosaur in a family workshop (ages 3+) at 10.30am. Address: West End Centre, Queens Road, GU11 3JD. To book call the box office on ...


  19. Planetariuma s exploration knows no boundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Rocky Mount Telegram

    'One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure' is one of the shows running at Cummins Planetarium. Developed for 3- to 6-year-olds, it's meant to introduce youngsters to planetarium programs, said Steve Schmidt, Cummins's space science educator.


  20. Could early birds fly? Fossil holds clue to ancient mystery.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Christian Science Monitor

    A well-preserved 125-million-year-old wing has been dug up in central Spain, and researchers say they have an answer to an old question. An illustrated reconstruction of what the ancient bird may have looked like, based on current evidence from a research team from Bristol University.