Dinosaur Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Fossilized dinosaur teeth unearthed in Nagasaki PrefectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | The Japan Times

    Fossilized teeth belonging to a plant-eating dinosaur have been discovered in Nagasaki Prefecture, offering fresh clues about the reptile and the ecosystem 81 million years ago, a local museum said Tuesday. Thirty-five fossilized teeth have been unearthed from a geological layer dated to the late Cretaceous Period on the west bank of the Nagasaki Peninsula, according to the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum and the city of Nagasaki.

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  2. Museum offers free activities for childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | Daily Times

    The Children's Museum of Oak Ridge offers special activities for children and families each Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and on the third Sunday of each month. a Toddlers' Playtime in the Preschool Room, from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesdays Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29. Parents, grandparents and caregivers with children 4 and younger are welcome to Toddlers' Playtime.

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  3. Transformers: The Last Knight's biggest problem isn't Michael BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | Polygon

    Michael Bay's Transformers series is a paradox. It's made frankly obscene amounts of money around the world and has single-handedly kept the wider franchise alive and relevant.

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  4. New feathered dinosaur species named after famed Alberta paleontologistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | CBC News

    An artist's depiction shows the Albertavenator curriei, which was about the size of a small adult human. Meet the Albertavenator curriei , a feathered, toothy dinosaur that once roamed a lush coastal plain in what is now Alberta's Drumheller Valley, a species that now carries the name of a famed Canadian paleontologist.

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  5. Now Scientists Can Accurately Guess The Speed Of Any AnimalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | National Geographic

    ... could be helpful not only for wildlife biologists, but also for paleontologists, who in the past have had to guess dinosaur speeds based on their tracks and skeletons . For instance, Hirt and Brose's model predicts that the Tyrannosaurus rex -one of ...

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  6. Ancient species of 'supercroc' had serrated,aRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | RedOrbit

    A giant crocodile-like creature that lived in Madagascar more than 150 million years ago had a large jaw and serrated teeth similar to those of the Tyrannosaurus rex , suggesting that it, like the predatory dinosaur, fed on bones and other hard animal tissues, The species, whose scientific name is Razanandrongobe sakalavae , had straight legs and a skull unlike those of modern-day crocodiles, according to . It is thought to be the earliest and largest member of a group of early crocodilians known as Notosuchians - a clade which lived during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

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  7. Britain's Natural History Museum unveils huge whale skeletonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... big environmental issues," said Michael Dixon, the museum's director. The whale replaced the much-loved Dippy, a dinosaur cast in plaster that graced the entryway for decades. Although the replica of a diplodocus attained the status of an icon, the ...

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  8. Britaina s Natural History Museum unveils huge whale skeletonRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 13 | Lethbridge Herald

    A blue whale skeleton is exhibited in the Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London, Thursday July 13, 2017, replacing the Diplodocus dinosaur which will go on a tour of Britain. Britain's Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of the Natural History Museum, is due to attend the opening of the museum's new Hintze Hall on Thursday.

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  9. Duchess of Cambridge visits the Natural History MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Daily Mail

    ... Dippy the Diplodocus, which first went on display there in 1979. When the museum announced it was dismantling the dinosaur display, 14,000 people signed a petition to stop the move. Hintze Hall will reopen to the public on Friday following six ...

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  10. Peto's Paradox: how has evolution solved the problem of cancer prevention?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | BioMed Central

    ... fossil record, but not in other species of large dinosaurs. While adult body mass is approximately the same for the dinosaur and the elephant, duck-billed dinosaurs are thought to have had a shorter lifespan [ ]. When individuals in populations are ...

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  11. .com | 'Hope' the whale replaces 'Dippy' as London museum's skeleton starRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | News24

    Trump has split the global push to fight climate change, after the US pulled out of the Paris pact - but it won't be as easy as he thinks says the . "Hope" the blue whale takes over from "Dippy" the dinosaur as the centrepiece of the revamped atrium of London's Natural History Museum.

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  12. Things To Do In London Today: Friday 14 July 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Londonist

    ... up, 10am-6pm (until 2 January 2018) WELCOME THE WHALE: The Natural History Museum has replaced much-loved Dippy the dinosaur with a blue whale skeleton. She's called Hope and she's just been unveiled - why not go along and see her? The new Whales: ...

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  13. .com | 'Sixth extinction' of wildlife faster than fearedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | News24

    Trump has split the global push to fight climate change, after the US pulled out of the Paris pact - but it won't be as easy as he thinks says the . More than 30% of animals with a backbone - fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals - are declining in both range and population, according to the first comprehensive analysis of these trends.

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  14. North Dakota high school students discover rare fossilsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Albany Times Union

    A group of North Dakota high school students have uncovered rare fossils estimated to be from an era right after dinosaurs went extinct. Paleontologist Jeff Person tells The Bismarck Tribune that the fossils discovered Wednesday during a fossil dig include the jaw of a 60 million-year-old mammal and a crocodile tooth.

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  15. Why We're Heading to Maine and Argentina NextRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Conde Nast Traveler

    ... spectacular outing was sailing the glacier-fed Lago Argentino, then hiking into the Valley of the Fossils, where dinosaur bones and Jurassic-era plants are time-capsuled in the rocks. And you're not so beat at the end of the day that you can't enjoy ...

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  16. Gilbert Hill In Andheri Is One of The Worlda s Only Three Oldest...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | India.com

    The city of dreams, Mumbai never fails to amaze. Every time you think that you know everything that there is to know about the city including its food, street and history something comes up to take you by surprise.

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  17. How The Natural History Museum moved Dippy the DinosaurRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Radio Times

    ... train on their way in to work." While Winnie remained on display in the mammals gallery, the cast of a diplodocus dinosaur, fondly nicknamed Dippy, became the museum's star attraction. Dippy took centre stage in the main entrance, Hintze Hall, in ...

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  18. Dippy's Replacement Is Here: Meet Hope, The Blue WhaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Londonist

    ... peel your eyes away from the main attraction. And as for Dippy? He might be gone, but it's not forever. The famous dinosaur is currently in Canada, enjoying a makeover in preparation for his UK tour. Afterwards, he is expected to return to the ...

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  19. More on IdahoRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 13 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    ... even a drop! Off they go to the Drippety Dry Desert to meet three creatures who are experts at conserving water. Dinosaur Train "Buddy Explores The Tyrannosaurs/Rainy Day Fight" Buddy, an adopted T. rex, wishes he knew more about his T. rex ...

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  20. Tiny Bird Fossil Solves Big Mystery About Life After DinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | LiveScience

    This artist's interpretation of the newly identified bird Tsidiiyazhi abini shows that it was smaller than a modern-day sparrow. A teeny-tiny fossilized bird skeleton is helping researchers understand the explosive rate at which birds diversified after the dinosaur age, new research shows.

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