Dinosaur Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Ex Libris'the Extinction Gene' is More Than Worth a ReadRead the original story

    Friday Nov 13 | 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 ...


  2. November 17 DVD roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 | MySanAntonio.com

    ... Gift Set BBC Home Entertainment, 360 minutes, not rated DVD retail price: $42.84 Amazon DVD price: $24.99 Three BBC dinosaur docs: Chased by Dinosaurs, Extreme Dinosaurs, Predator Dinosaurs. The giftset includes a viewfinder full of 3D dinosaur ...


  3. Mark Wisehart Scratch and Burn StudiosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 | Voices

    The Lyle gun video Game VO Les Pauls 100th anniversary Ford NASCAR traveling museum Co-wrote Disney's Night-tastic Song The National Railroad Museum Exhibition for Emmanuel Hearst Voice Rex the Dinosaur on DinosaurUS ExploreUS, wrote theme song Disneyland Presidentially pardoned Turkey Jonathan park Radio Drama Animations- Tween 'Clique' All Characters Who's watching Conrad Farcus 3DUEO- All Voices Irish.


  4. Dinosaurs and motorbikes feature in new exhibitionsRead the original story

    Friday Nov 13 | NBR Newsroom

    Martin Ball is probably most well-known for his portraits of major artists and performers such as Neil Finn, and Ralph Hotere but in his most recent show he has a new series of portraits featuring motorbikes. Motorbikes displays themselves in a much more open way than cars.


  5. The Dinosaur Ankle Re-Evolved Amphibian-Like Development in BirdsRead the original story

    Friday Nov 13 | Newswise

    ... as a unique trait of dinosaurs. However, until the late 20th century, many scientists were doubtful about the dinosaur-bird link. Some pointed out that the ascending process in most birds was a projection of the neighbouring heel bone, rather than ...


  6. NOVARead the original story

    Friday Nov 13 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    PBS' premier science series helps viewers of all ages explore the science behind the headlines. Along the way, NOVA programs demystify science and technology and highlight the people involved in scientific pursuits.


  7. 'The Good Dinosaur': Film ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 | Hollywood Reporter

    Finally making it to the screen after what has seemed like an Ice Age's worth of false starts and creative personnel changes, Disney/Pixar's The Good Dinosaur emerges as a visually breathtaking work of computer-generated animation that is ultimately unable to compensate for a disappointingly derivative script. Despite the workable premise, which imagines a world in which dinosaurs have been spared extinction and ultimately can co-exist with humans, the film proceeds to tread an awfully familiar path, liberally borrowing thematic elements from The Lion King and The Jungle Book , among other Disney animated classics.


  8. County News: For sale - 155 million year old dinosaurRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 | Bognor Today

    The first predatory dinosaur to be sold in Britain is to go under the hammer at an auction near Horsham next week. The almost complete rare juvenile allosaurus skeleton is 285 cm long and is expected to up to fetch up to A 500,000.


  9. Crown Books for Young ReadersRead the original story

    Friday Nov 13 | American Baby

    ... Dr. Cosmic's new students can?t wait to get started. After their teacher reveals that their school pet, Oscar, is a dinosaur, they quickly realize Dr. Cosmic has an unusual teaching style. To find Oscar, the class has to follow the clues through the ...


  10. T-Rex study shows how terrifying dinosaurs' jaw truly wasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | SlashGear.com

    A study on the Tyrannosaurus rex, one of the most widely-known and loved dinosaurs in our short history, shows that this beast had a magnificent set of chompers. T-rex is shown by paleontologist Dr Stephan Lautenschlager to possess a sustained muscle force for a wide range of jaw angles.


  11. Dino flaunts its feathersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | Fox News

    The remains of an ostrich-like creature with preserved feathers and soft tissue is shedding light on how dinosaur's used their plumage and further strengthens the linkages between these ancient beasts and modern birds. A paleontology student at the University of Albert a discovered the 75 million-year-old skeleton of an Ornithomimus dinosaur in the Upper Cretaceous Dinosaur Park Formation of Alberta - one of only three feathered specimens found in the world.


  12. Elk Basin dino dug upRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 4 | Washington Times

    For more than 70 million years, it sat preserved underground until the front leg and shoulder of a hadrosaur, a type of duck-billed dinosaur, was dug up in Elk Basin. While estimates vary depending on the group, to give some perspective on just how long that is, it is speculated that the ancestors of modern humans only arrived about 6 million years ago and modern humans have only been around for about 200,000 years.


  13. How Wide Could T. rex Open Its Mouth?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | PALAEOBLOG

    Estimating cranial musculoskeletal constraints in theropod dinosaurs . 2015. Royal Society Open Science.


  14. Sharp-eared T. rex may have stalked the night like today's owlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | New Scientist

    IT'S already the dinosaur of nightmares - now it seems Tyrannosaurus rex might have been able to hunt after dark. The eyes of T. rex face forward, giving them stereoscopic vision for seeking prey.


  15. Did tyrannosaurs eat each other?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | Christian Science Monitor

    ... grooves of varying widths - with the widest reaching 0.1 inches (5 millimeters) across - were etched into the dinosaur's long bone. But one groove caught the researchers' attention. Located on the bone's wider end, the groove contains smaller ...


  16. One of the biggest raptors ever found in South DakotaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | USA Today

    ... of Kansas provides a more down-to-earth description of these bird relatives: a "massive, freaky-looking carnivorous dinosaur-bird." Researchers found the partial skeleton in what's known as the Hell Creek Formation, rocks rich in fossil specimens, ...


  17. Blu Art Xinja's guerrilla campaign through BrisbaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... egg, placed beneath the 10-metre Brachiosaurus that stood for a time outside the Queensland Museum during its Dinosaur Discovery: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous exhibition. "There was a prize inside (the egg) that I tried to make as benign as ...


  18. 'One-Two' Punch of Asteroid and Volcanic Eruptions May Be to Blame for Dinosaur ExtinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 3 | AccuWeather.com

    Researchers have presented new evidence that suggests that the asteroid that struck Earth 66 million years ago also caused an increase in global volcanic eruptions, creating a "one-two" punch that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs and other species. In a study published last month in the journal Science , the research group said the strong ecologic recovery may have been impossible for up to 500,000 years after the increase in volcanism.


  19. EvilCo! 8 sinister sci-fi corporationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | InfoWorld

    ... States alone. We almost certainly have the technology to clone dinosaurs today, if we could only recover viable dinosaur DNA -- an entirely different problem . But there may be another way. Recently, marquee paleontologist Jack Horner suggested that ...


  20. Why is the sky blue? The science questions asked by young children...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 4 | Daily Mail

    ... us. Particularly tricky questions included 'why doesn't the moon fall down?' and 'how many different types of dinosaur were there?.' Parents will be able to get answers during a live Twitter session today, part of a nationwide programme of ...