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  1. #OmanPride: An Indian School Rustaq students excel in Times Quiz prelimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | Times of Oman

    ... lizard". This diverse group of living beings have inspired generations with their amazing features. What?" (Dinosaur); If one has a hobby of Philately, what product does he/she collects and study? (Postage Stamps). The two mega-prelims have been ...

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  2. Triassic beetle discovery in Dutch WinterswijkRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 25 | Dear Kitty

    Dr. Nicole Gunter, invertebrate zoology collections manager at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History , discusses research that uncovered an evolutionary connection between dinosaurs and dung beetles . The findings place the origin of dung beetles in the Lower Cretaceous period , with the first major diversification occurring in the middle of the Cretaceous.

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  3. 2nd Friday Art Night: Dinosaur toes and 'Humanity'Read the original story

    Mar 9, 2017 | Arkansas Times

    At Friday night's after-hour art events, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., you'll see dinosaur toes, paintings, photography, prison camp artifacts and more. The toes, plus a machine gun associated with Bonnie and Clyde, prehistoric Native American artifacts and lots more are among the diverse items to be featured in the exhibit "Cabinet of Curiosities: Treasures from the University of Arkansas Museum Collection" at the Old State House Museum, 300 W. Markham St. Paintings of Arkansas in the 1950s by Glenda McCune and "Arkansas Made: County by County" will be the 2nd Friday draw to the Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 E. Third St., which will also feature live music by Phil G. and Lori Marie and beer from Core Brewing Co.

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  4. New pictures of huge new Dinosaurs in the Wild show coming to BirminghamRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | IcTamworth

    ... years ago. Guests will get safety briefings from their guides, travel through herds of dangerous dinosaurs, watch a dinosaur autopsy, witness hatchlings emerging from eggs and come eye to eye with a very angry Tyrannosaurus Rex. The Pathology ...

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  5. NYC American Museum of Natural History a Ghost Hunting Adventure This SpringRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | SBWire

    The Ghost Doctors paranormal investigators and licensed NYC tour guides will be on a quest this spring to uncover supernatural goings-on in one of world's most famous natural history museums -- the American Museum of Natural History, And now these two intrepid ghost hunters are sharing the experience with groups of courageous thrill seekers daring to partake in a "real" ghost hunt through this iconic museum. "We will be leading ghost hunting treks in NYC's American Museum of Natural History this springtime and with a museum of this magnitude, it's bound to be a super...supernatural thriller," says Dr. Pete.

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  6. VIDEO: Fundy Geological Museum launches new dinosaur digRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | The Chronicle Herald

    ... for the 2017 summer season. The dig includes a boat trip down the Bay of Fundy shoreline, arriving at a Jurassic dinosaur dig where participants will help museum staff in searching for fossilized dinosaur bones. "The dino dig is a really exciting ...

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  7. Geological Museum offers opportunity to dig up dinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | Amherst Daily News

    Visitors will have the chance to channel their inner archeologist and dig for dinosaur bones this summer with the new excursion Tidal Reveal: Dig for Canada's Oldest Dinosaurs. Tidal Reveal is one of several new events and exhibits announced by the Fundy Geological Museum in Parrsboro for the 2017 summer season.

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  8. SkeletonRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 25 | TrekEarth

    A sculpture in Tulip wood by Rob Johnsey, at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall. He was the first ever artist in residence at the Museum.

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  9. Extinct Toothy Carnivore Named After Egyptian God of the UnderworldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | LiveScience

    Scientists have identified a new species of small, toothy mammal that once ruled the food chain in Africa almost 40 million years ago. Researchers named the new species Masrasector nananubis , after the ancient Egyptian god Anubis , who had the head of a jackal and was associated with mummification and the underworld.

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  10. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | Lucianne.com

    We're living longer and longer. Well, some of us. Age 100 is now an imaginable goal for young people around the world with good health care.

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  11. Colorado Springs' TOPS program 'a true success story' after 20 years | Colorado Springs Gazette, NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Gazette

    Sophie Bird, left, and Maya Garnhardt of Colorado Springs hike through the Stratton Open Space Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Whether you want to run your dog to the Stratton Open Space reservoir, photograph antelope near the Colorado Springs Airport or push your child on a swing at your neighborhood playground, you probably have TOPS to thank.

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  12. Fossil find reveals skunk-sized predator roamed Egypt 34 million years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | CBC News

    Scientists have discovered a small, skunk-sized mammalian predator with a fearsome set of teeth that roamed what is now modern-day Egypt 34 million years ago. In a paper published in PLOS ONE , scientists detail Masrasector nananubis , a land-dweller with muscular legs like a Rottweiler.

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  13. Colorado Springs' TOPS program 'a true success story' after 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Gazette

    Sophie Bird, left, and Maya Garnhardt of Colorado Springs hike through the Stratton Open Space Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Whether you want to run your dog to the Stratton Open Space reservoir, photograph antelope near the Colorado Springs Airport or push your child on a swing at your neighborhood playground, you probably have TOPS to thank.

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  14. Ancient methane burp points toclimate change 110 million years agoRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | Lucianne.com

    New research suggests a large amount of methane was released in the Arctic Ocean during a period of warming 110 million years ago and the methane "burp" points to the possibility of a similar release in todayA s warming conditions. The discovery happened in the remote High Arctic, on Ellef Ringnes Island, about 500 kilometres north of Resolute, Nunavut.

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  15. School of Mines faculty member digs up new, old bonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | KOTA-TV Rapid City

    ... f Vertebrate Paleontology. While the specimen is part of the Elasmosaur family, it is is a new genus and species of dinosaur that lived around 70 million years ago, now named Nakonanectes bradti.

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  16. Perth Mint strikes 5-ounce silver Tyrannosaurus...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Coin World

    ... Rex 5-ounce .9999 fine silver $5 coin in the name of Tuvalu on May 2. The reverse of the coin shows the dinosaur's ferocious mouth gaping open, ready to attack, with T-REX below in a cartoonish style. The coin has a diameter of 60 millimeters, ...

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  17. Thermopolis Dinosaur Museum; Ready to Rise AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | KCWY13

    News 13's Landon Harrar showed us on Saturday the groundbreaking for the new museum and what you can look forward to seeing when it is to be completed. Angie Guyon, Dinosaur Museum Director shared, "We feel we are one of the best tourist attraction locally and we're a little hard to find, we're off the beaten path and we feel by moving it to the highway just south of Thermopolis we'll increase our exposure."

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  18. As climates cool, adaptation heats upRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Ars Technica

    While natural selection is a big part of evolution, the theory now embraces much more than that. One of the big concepts that explains a lot of the pattern of evolution throughout history is called "adaptive radiation."

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  19. The Ottine Swamp ThingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Cryptomundo

    ... atmosphere like a forgotten remnant of the Jurassic age. During daylight hours, it would not seem surprising if a dinosaur walked out of the thick palmettos. As nightfall approaches, the swamp takes on an even more mysterious appearance as the ...

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  20. What Can We Learn from Dinosaur Proteins?Read the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | Newswise

    DNA might get all the attention, but proteins do the work. The recent confirmation that it is possible to extract proteins - which are encoded by DNA and perform all of the functions that keep living cells alive - from 80-million-year-old dinosaur bones has provided fodder for big questions about everything from evolution to biomaterials to extraterrestrial life.

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