Dinosaur Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Why these researchers think dinosaurs were minutes away from surviving extinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | The Washington Post

    In a new BBC Two documentary, a team of researchers argue that if an asteroid believed to be responsible for killing the dinosaurs had hit a few minutes earlier or later, the animals may still be alive. From our standpoint 66 million years later, it's easy to assume the demise of the dinosaurs was an inevitability.

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    Thursday May 18 | Quay County Sun

    ... Managing editor [email protected] Most people may see summer as a time of relaxation. But when you run a dinosaur museum, summer vacation doesn't exist, according to the... At their May 8 meeting, Quay County commissioners took the following ...

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  3. Family Day at the MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Sun Advocate

    Young people took part in educational activities inside and outside the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum Saturday during Family Day. Inside, kids had a chance to try assembling broken pots, make pipe cleaner dinosaurs and other archaeology and paleontology learning activies.

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  4. Link About It: A Quest for the "Twin Peaks" Cherry PieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Cool Hunting

    ... photographed their 110 million-year-old fossil of an armored nodosaur. Due to its undersea burial, elements of the dinosaur's armor, skin and even soft tissue were preserved. It's one of the most compelling fossils exposed thus far and Clark's ...

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  5. Tyrannosaurus Rex Bite Could 'Pulverize' Bones: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Voice of America

    A boy looks inside the skull a Tyrannosaurus Rex replica at the Egidio Feruglio Museum in the Argentina's Patagonian city of Trelew, May 18, 2014. A new study suggests the dinosaur could pulverize bones with its teeth.

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  6. Scientists just figured out how much crushing force a T. rex could deliver with a biteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... fossil records and their data from analyzing crocodilian bites and using elements of crocodilian and bird (modern dinosaur) physiology. In a way, the results were a surprise, with the overall force estimates being lower than other researchers ...

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  7. Is this the end for much-loved highway dinosaur?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | The Mercury

    ... there had been no firm decision on whether Big Kev would face the wrecking ball. "We understand that Big Kev the dinosaur holds a special significance to Palmerston residents," he said. "We are considering the future of Big Kev as part of our ...

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  8. Curious electioneering in Big Sky CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | The Economist

    ... board of a school in Bozeman that teaches evolution as "one of several theories of existence", and has donated to a dinosaur museum in Glendive which claims that the earth is around 6,000 years old and that dinosaurs stomped about on Noah's ark. A ...

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  9. The T. rex chomped with the bone-crunching force of three carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | USA Today

    ... living crocodiles," considered to be the strongest bite force creatures of the modern day. The study also says the dinosaur's conical teeth "generated an astounding 431,000 pounds per square inch of bone-failing tooth pressures." The skull, jaw and ...

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  10. Baby Louie gets proper nameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | The Columbian

    The magazine's May cover featured a model dinosaur embryo tucked within a replica egg - which, at 18 inches long, looked less like a supermarket egg than a squashed baguette. The sculptor based the model on Baby Louie, a fossilized infant dinosaur that died among unhatched siblings.

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  11. Stream Season 1 of Dino Dana on Amazon Prime Video Beginning 5/26Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Stream all 13 Episodes from Season 1 of DINO DANA on Amazon Prime Video in the US and UK on May 26th! Dino Dana is a follow-up to the 2015 Emmy award-winning series Dino Dan: Trek's Adventures, Dino Dana is a preschool program that takes viewers on a whole new level of dinosaur encounters. To Stream Dino Dana: [click here] Combining live-action with CGI animation, the series features 11 new prehistoric creatures and, for the first time, two sisters.

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  12. Best preserved dinosaur fossil ever found goes on displayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Metro UK News

    The best preserved dinosaur fossil ever found has gone on display for the first time six years after it was pulled from the ground. The painstaking process pieced together an 18-foot long, 3,000 pound, plant-eating armoured dinosaur with two 20-inch-long spikes on its shoulders - in near perfect condition.

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  13. Scientists shocked by massive discovery about the T. rexRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Bay Area Business Woman

    ... work on crocodilians, they realized that high bite forces were only part of the story. To understand how the giant dinosaur consumed bone, Erickson and Gignac also needed to understand how those forces were transmitted through the teeth, a ...

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    Wednesday May 17 | Chicago Parent

    ... seen for the first time at Brookfield Zoo. The temporary exhibit will also have hands-on activities, as well as a dinosaur dissection lab, dino dig boxes, and an excavation site. Exhibit features a child-sized laboratory where kids can explore how ...

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  15. Monstrous Titanoboa goes on display in FruitaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    Julia McHugh unveils a life-sized model of Titanoboa, the largest snake ever known to have existed, which will go on display at Dinosaur Journey in Fruita on Friday. McHugh is the curator of paleontology for the Museums of Western Colorado.

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  16. Report: If asteroid had hit elsewhere, dinosaurs could still be roaming the EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | Rational Review

    "If the asteroid had hit the Earth a matter of seconds earlier or later, dinosaurs could well still be doing their dinosaur thing and we would probably not exist. That's the finding of scientists who have been digging around the massive Chicxulub Crater just off the coast of Mexico, which was created when a nine-mile-wide asteroid hit the Earth about 66 million years ago, an event that is believed to have led to the dinosaur die-off that wiped out giants such as Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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  17. Palmisano Park provides uncommon sanctuary from the busy city streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | Chicago Reader

    When I first heard about "Mount Bridgeport" I imagined a large mountain in some magical part of Chicago I'd never seen before. I readied myself to hike up rough terrain and get a taste of the wilderness within the city limits.

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  18. No rest for the researcherRead the original story

    Wednesday May 17 | Quay County Sun

    Most people may see summer as a time of relaxation. But when you run a dinosaur museum, summer vacation doesn't exist, according to the scientists of the Mesalands Community College Dinosaur Museum.

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  19. If a giant dinosaur-destroying asteroid had hit seconds later,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    If the asteroid had hit the Earth a matter of seconds earlier or later, dinosaurs could well still be doing their dinosaur thing and we would probably not exist. That's the finding of scientists who have been digging around the massive Chicxulub Crater just off the coast of Mexico, which was created when a 15km-wide asteroid hit the Earth about 66 million years ago, an event that is believed to have led to the dinosaur die-off that wiped out giants such as Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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  20. Tyrannosaurus rex could bite with the force of 3 carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | CBC News

    A computer model based on the T. rex jaw muscle anatomy and analyses of living relatives like crocodilians and birds showed its bite force measured about 3,630 kilograms, the strongest of any dinosaur ever estimated. Scientists have come up with one more reason to be amazed by Tyrannosaurus rex .

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