Dinosaur Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. The Checklist: 11 things to do in Scotland this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | Sunday Herald

    ... Grant? Well, now's your chance. This hands-on workshop will give budding palaeontologists the chance to dig up a dinosaur and find out how fossils are formed. Would-be fossil hunters will also learn how to preserve and identify their discoveries. ...

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  2. Famous paleontologist celebrated at Museum of the RockiesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | KFBB

    ... the museum in 1982. His discoveries from Montana's badlands have filled the museum with the largest collections of dinosaur remains.

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  3. Famous paleontologist celebrated at Museum of the RockiesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | Washington Times

    ... the museum in 1982. His discoveries from Montana's badlands have filled the museum with the largest collections of dinosaur remains.

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  4. Famous paleontologist celebrated at Museum of the RockiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | The Hastings Tribune

    ... the museum in 1982. His discoveries from Montana's badlands have filled the museum with the largest collections of dinosaur remains. Affordable rates for: Adams, Clay, Nuckolls and Webster Counties, as well as the towns of Doniphan and Giltner, ...

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  5. 9m new dinosaur theme park set to openRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | Daily Echo

    ... a 'boomerang' style ride called Velociraptor, guests can also enjoy Jurassic-themed family rides, a prehistoric dinosaur adventure play park and an opportunity to come face to face with walking animatronic dinosaurs. Lucky Daily Echo readers can get ...

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  6. Erie Children's Museum's outdoor classroom certifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Erie Times News

    ... create art with stones, and plants they can touch and smell, even paint with. There's a large digging area where "dinosaur fossils" are buried, a reading nook with slices of logs to sit on, steppingstones and more. "What's exciting about it is that ...

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  7. Ar OpinionLET'S Be SeriousRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | American Reporter

    It is getting dark early, and although it's almost spring, it feels like late autumn, less and less light each day, cold winds biting our faces as we turn instinctively from the wind ... when we ought to be looking into the wind, looking for clues to how to trim our sails and adapt to a world that will never be quite the same again. In Berlin recently , I met a friend for coffee a few blocks from the Reichstag in the former East Berlin.

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  8. Marking 50 years of Museums of Western ColoradoRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    ... as it was known when doors first opened on May 1, 1966, has since grown to three museums and the Riggs Hill site. Dinosaur Journey, 550 Jurassic Court in Fruita, will show classic dinosaur movies. May 1 hours will go from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. At Cross ...

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  9. When did we all start sleeping like this? Slumbering dragons hold clues.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Christian Science Monitor

    Sleep patterns thought to be used only by mammals and birds have now been discovered in a non-avian reptile, the Australian bearded dragon. Finding those patterns, slow-wave sleep and rapid eye movement sleep, in a reptile could dramatically revise scientists' models of how those sleep patterns evolved.

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  10. Bearded dragons show REM and slow wave sleepRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | Biology News Net

    Behavioural sleep is ubiquitous among animals, from insects to man. In humans, sleep is also characterized by brain activity: periods of slow-wave activity are each followed by short phases of Rapid-Eye-Movement sleep .

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  11. Joyce McMillan: 27 years on the poor are still demonisedRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | Scotsman.com

    ALMOST three decades after the Hillsborough tragedy, the forces that allowed there to be such a successful cover-up remain in place, writes Joyce McMillan The doomed bourbon monarchs of France, so they say, never learned anything and never forgot anything; and I'm beginning to feel that the same applies to the British Conservative Party, whose politicians persist in looking back with pride and yearning to what they see as the glory days of the 1980s, and to reliving them through conflicts like the current junior doctors' dispute.

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  12. Do Australian Dragons Dream? Sleep Discovery Surprises ScientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | LiveScience

    Australian dragons cycle through more than 350 episodes of rapid eye movement and slow-wave sleep each night, spending about half their sleeping hours in each phase. Do dragons dream? Maybe, according to new research that finds rapid eye movement and slow-wave sleep in a lizard, the Australian dragon, for the first time.

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  13. Parrsboro dino gets new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | The Chronicle Herald

    ... is up for sale. Eldon George, 81, who pioneered fossil hunting along the Bay of Fundy is looking to retire. The dinosaur is being relocated to the Fundy Geological Museum, and the move is part of the Rock Shop Project. It was founded to pay tribute ...

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  14. Snoring Lizards Reveal Sleep Predates DinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | How Stuff Works

    Owners of pet lizards for years have anecdotally reported that their reptilian friends snore, appear to dream, and seem to enjoy snoozing just as we do, and now new research finds that reptiles do indeed experience the same sleep states of mammals and birds. Before, it was thought that only birds, humans and other mammals went through rapid eye movement sleep and slow-wave sleep as they snoozed, but the new findings, published in the journal Science, suggest that these sleep patterns evolved in the common ancestor of all such animals more than 300 million years ago.

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  15. Iconic dinosaur statue moved to museum propertyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 28 | Amherst Daily News

    The dinosaur statue that has greeted visitors in front of the Parrsboro Rock and Mineral Shop will resume that role at its new home beside Fundy Geological Museum. The move took place on Thursday, April 28. Charles Wheaton and Travis Tanner are shown here putting it in its new place.

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  16. TTU's dinosaur headed to Montana museumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Herald-Citizen

    Many who wandered by Tennessee Tech's Kittrell Hall earlier this week did a double-take when they noticed an unexpected visitor on campus. A skeleton of a struthiomimus - a dinosaur from the late Cretaceous a This completed struthiomimus skeleton will soon be on its way to a museum in Montana, near where the orignial bones were found.

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  17. Dragonflies fascinating insectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    Dragonflies and damselflies are fascinating insects and Dave Halstead an instructor of Natural Resource Technology with SIAST was eager to tell their story at the Yellowhead Flyway Birding Trail Association Conference Saturday in Saltcoats. "They're extremely unique insects.

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  18. Neil Young to preview new album 'Earth' at L.A.'s Natural History MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Neil Young, performing at the Forum in Inglewood on his 2015 tour, will give his first public preview of a new album on May 6 at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles. Neil Young, performing at the Forum in Inglewood on his 2015 tour, will give his first public preview of a new album on May 6 at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.

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  19. National Museums of Scotland Release Schedule for June 2016, and BeyondRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Discover how life on earth moved from water onto land 360-345 million years ago through ground-breaking discoveries made in Scotland. See fossils unearthed as recently as summer 2015, meet the people who uncovered these remarkable finds, discover the scientific techniques used to extract and identify them, and glimpse what life was like before the dinosaurs.

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  20. What caused lesbian extinction?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Washington Blade

    The National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights on Oct. 14, 1987. Kate Clinton is second from right.

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