Dinosaur Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Oldest proteins ever have been found in a 195-million-year-old dinosaur, scientists sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | The Washington Post

    A cross section of the 195-million-year-old Lufengosaurus rib where the proteins were found. The rib is surrounded and infiltrated by light-colored sediment, while many of the vascular canals, both large and small, contain hematite, probably derived from the original blood of the living dinosaur.

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  2. Thorns & Roses: The Worst & BestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | LEO Weekly

    Ripping a page from Donald Trump's no, Hitler's "Propaganda for Dummkopfs," Gov. Matt Bevin used Faceook Live to accuse a Courier-Journal reporter of lying in a story about the state's new abortion-ultrasound bill. It is an old tactic: First you discredit the press, and then you use your bullhorn to get out your own propaganda.

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  3. Dinosaur rib yields evidence of oldest soft tissue remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | The China Post

    The rib of a long-necked, plant-eating dinosaur that lived 195 million years ago has yielded what may be the oldest remains of soft tissue ever recovered, scientists said Tuesday. The find promises a chance to extract rare clues about the biology and evolution of long-extinct animals, a team wrote in the journal Nature Communications.

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  4. The strange beauty of Wild LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Cityview Online

    Walter Hagen, who dominated golf in the early 20th century, was one of the most quotable athletes of all time. He's credited for coining the phrases "No one remembers who finished second" and "Life's short, don't forget to smell the flowers along the way," among other popular lines.

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  5. Dinosaur Rib Bone Yields Oldest Evidence of Soft TissueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | I4U Future Technology News

    The plant-eating dinosaur that lived 195 million years ago provides what may be the oldest preserved soft tissue ever recorded Finding soft tissues in dinosaur fossil is extremely rare. Most of the organ remains and soft structures degrade soon after an animal dies.

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  6. VIDEO: West Midland Safari Park welcomes new family of dinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Evesham Journal

    One of the quetzalcoatlus, West Midland Safari Park's newest arrivals at the Land of the Living Dinosaurs exhibit, with head dinosaur keeper Emily Brooks A FAMILY of gigantic pterosaurs have flown into the grounds of West Midland Safari Park and made it their new home. The group of quetzalcoatlus, with a wing span of around 11 metres, are the newest additions to the Park's Land of the Living Dinosaurs exhibit.

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  7. More on IdahoRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 1 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    ... game - hide and seek! Water Walkers - Nick and Sally are waiting for Mom to come back so they can play in the pool. Dinosaur Train "Dinosaur Big City, Pt. 1/Dinosaur Big City, Pt. 2" Dinosaur Big City Part I - Buddy and the Pteranodon family begin ...

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  8. 6 Cosmic Catastrophes That Could Wipe Out Life on EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Live Science

    This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.

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  9. 160-Million-Year-Old Pterosaur Ate Like a FlamingoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Live Science

    During the dinosaur era, pterosaurs would swoop down and snap up wriggly fish and buzzing insects with their spiky teeth, with the exception of one odd group - pterosaurs that ate their meals like modern-day flamingos do: by filter feeding. Now, researchers have found the earliest filter-feeding pterosaur on record.

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  10. Jurassic Quest, Central New York Brewfest: 10 things to do in CNY this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2013 | The Post-Standard

    The biggest event this weekend, Super Bowl LI , will take place in the living rooms and bars of Central New York, but there are plenty of other things to do leading up to the big game. The Orange will be looking to extend its record 16-game home winning streak when ACC foe Pittsburgh comes to the Carrier Dome.

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  11. Still on the Same Path to Armageddon?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Counterpunch

    As long as nuclear weapons exist there is a danger that someday they will be used either as a result of accident or technical failure or of evil intent of man, an insane person or a terrorist. Scientists tell us that the dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago when a comet or asteroid struck that so geologically rocked the planet that earthquakes, volcanoes, fires and subsequent climate change destroyed the ecological basis for much of life on earth.

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  12. NOVARead the original story

    Jan 22, 2017 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    ... the people involved in scientific pursuits. Almost a century ago, paleontologists found fossil bones from a huge dinosaur, but the Spinosaurus fossils were destroyed in a WWII bombing raid. Now cameras follow paleontologists who are reconstructing a ...

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  13. More on PlusRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2017 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    ... wine-loving Wurzburg. NOVA "Bigger Than T.rex" Almost a century ago, paleontologists found fossil bones from a huge dinosaur, but the Spinosaurus fossils were destroyed in a WWII bombing raid. Now cameras follow paleontologists who are ...

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  14. Central Texans enter guilty pleas over 2015 theft of dinosaur bonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2017 | KXXV-TV Waco

    According to the Salt Lake Tribune , a counselor and students from McLennan Community College traveled to the Mars Desert Research Station and the burpee dinosaur quarry in Utah in May 2015. The college sends students for geology field trips.

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  15. Help name SIU's dinosaurRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2017 | Daily Egyptian

    The university's geology department is asking students to help name the dinosaur cast that has been on display in Brown Auditorium since summer. Bragging rights and a $50 scholarship are offered to whoever submits the winning name for the Protoceratops, a herbivore that commonly inhabited Western Asia 70 million years ago.

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  16. 99-million-year-old feathered dinosaur tail preserved in amberRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2017 | Bookofjoe

    The paleontologists who analyzed the tail knew the bones belonged to a dinosaur and not a bird because the vertebrae were articulated; birds and their most direct ancestors have fused vertebrae in their tails. They're small enough that if all the feathers on the tail were of this size, the dinosaur could not have flown.

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  17. Spot on Bingham keeps Hamilton on the road to HampdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2017 | Sunday Herald

    KILMARNOCK v HAMILTON . RUGBY PARK - KILMARNOCK . HAmilton's Rakish Bingham scores from the penalty spot to make it 1-0.

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  18. Dinosaur skeleton finds home in collegeRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2017 | Washington Times

    When Hillsdale College Professor of Biology Dr. Anthony Swinehart led students Matt Hoenig and Hee-Sang Lee on a dinosaur dig in South Dakota, the trio brought home more than just experience. Thanks to a donation from a woman named Darla Roberts, "Linda," the edmontosaurus skeleton the students had helped unearth now occupies an entire wall of the College 's Daniel M. Fisk Museum .

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  19. We need to appreciate what we haveRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2017 | Martinsville Bulletin

    ... but there was a big red button you could push to bring her to life. She would move her head and make low, rumbling dinosaur noises, and if you were a little kid with a big imagination, it felt like you had been sucked back in time to the Cretaceous ...

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  20. Discover the Dinosaurs UNLEASHEDRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2017 | Powhatan Today

    ... walk-thru exhibit. Beyond the exhibit, additional activities are available for kids of all ages including riding a dinosaur, themed inflatables, a dino dig, fossil panning, crafts and more. It's family fun of prehistoric proportions! $15 adults, $15 ...

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