Paleontology Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Omaha Children's Museum celebrates 40th anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | White Lake Beacon

    ADVANCE FOR USE SATURDAY, JULY 23 - In this photo taken July 6, 2016, Eliza Morgan,left, plays doctor with Stephanie Morgan at the Omaha Children's Museum in Omaha, Neb. The museum is now celebrating its 40th anniversary and has welcomed thousands upon thousands of tiny guests through its doors in its decades of service.


  2. 'One-two punch' delivered dino death blowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Japan Times

    The dinosaurs' long reign was not ended by a merciful knockout punch, but torturous millennia of climate change before and after the oft-blamed space rock slammed into Earth, scientists said last week. The impact at Chicxulub in modern-day Mexico certainly contributed to the giant lizards' disappearance, but was by no means the sole cause, a team concluded in a study published in Nature Communications on July 19. Of 24 mollusc species that went extinct at one Atlantic island, 10 did so long before the extraterrestrial rock - either a comet or an asteroid - rammed into our planet some 66 million years ago, they wrote.


  3. Jurassic World 2 to Start Production in 2017 in HawaiiRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | I4U Future Technology News

    Jurassic World was met with mixed reviews. Some liked it a lot while on the other hand, some didn't like it so much.


  4. South Dakota's long forgotten national monumentRead the original story

    Friday | Washington Times

    There is a place between Hot Springs and Edgemont that might be attracting tourists off the highway this summer if things had gone differently decades ago. A visitor center was once envisioned there, maybe in the shape of a pineapple or beehive, to resemble the dozens or possibly even hundreds of dinosaur-age plant fossils that were once visible at the site.


  5. Georgia lottery underway for gator huntersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SavannahNow

    In this March 24, 2014 photo, alligators lie on grass near fresh water at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, in Gainesville, Fla. he death of a Nebraska tot killed by an alligator at Walt Disney World raises questions in a state known for tourism.


  6. Events for the coming week: TUSH Burlesque, concert in the park, live music and Dinosaur DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Olympian

    This undated artist rendering provided by the Canadian Museum of Nature shows a new horned dinosaur Spiclypeus shipporum nicknamed Judith. A novice fossil collector's find in a remote Montana badlands more than a decade ago has emerged as a new kind of spectacularly-horned dinosaur.


  7. Montana: The reason why many Americans don't have a passportRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 |

    A week on the road in Montana is a journey of a billion years. Battle re-enactments illuminate the past in ways history books can't and dinosaur remnants hold answers to the future.


  8. Drugs and the Divine: Where Psychedelics Overlap with Spiritual PracticesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Publishers' Weekly

    While the use of mind-altering drugs and other substances are prohibited in some religions, other traditions around the world have long celebrated their spiritual and medicinal benefits. Entheogens, or any chemical substance used in a religious or spiritual context, include psychedelics such as peyote, psilocybin mushrooms, and ayahuasca, and the substances often supplement practices geared toward achieving transcendence.


  9. Early humans used mammoth ivory tool to make ropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | UPI

    Despite its technological importance to early hunter-gatherers, archaeologists know relatively little about the production and use of rope and twine during the Paleolithic Era. Researchers from the University of Tubingen and the University of Liege recovered a neatly preserved piece of mammoth ivory with intricate carvings.


  10. Ice Age: Collision Course ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Film School Rejects

    ... change and has had plenty of opportunities to enlighten if not educate kids on subjects such as geology, paleontology, cosmology, and other sciences, the Ice Age series remains a frustratingly antiquated kind of cartoon, not so much for its silly ...


  11. Fossils Found in Maine...Read the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | WVII

    Dinosaurs will soon be thundering through the marshes and woods of the Down East Sunrise Trail from Ellsworth to Eastport. dinosaur mascot and sixteen runners sporting a T Rex logo on their shirts.


  12. Production on 'Jurassic World' sequel could start in February in HawaiiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Digital Trends

    Director Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World was one of the biggest blockbusters of 2015, second only to Star Wars: The Force Awakens , so it's no surprise the studio is eager to get cameras rolling on a sequel. And according to a new report, that follow-up film could begin production in just a few months.


  13. Historic steam locomotive draws crowd as it rolls through GreeleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Windsor Now

    The Denver Post Cheyenne Frontier Days train and the No. 844 steam locomotive will make several stops where the public can see it in Greeley this weekend.


  14. Cocaine & Meth Use May Erode Moral Compass: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | LiveScience

    ... she said. Agata Blaszczak-Boxe is a contributing writer for Live Science. She covers health, psychology and paleontology, as well as other science topics. Agata has a Master of Arts degree from the City University of New York Graduate School of ...


  15. Oil might be the reason dinosaurs are extinctRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | The Daily Star

    A model of giant dinosaur is displayed at the International Tokyo Toy Show in Tokyo on June 10, 2016. Photo: AFP This question is probably as old as the dinosaurs themselves.


  16. Early Human Fossils Discoveries in China Challenge African OriginRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | I4U Future Technology News

    The recent unearthing of early human remains in the form of fossils in China seems to contradict Africa as being the cradle of humanity. This hypothesis may be just that - a sort of wishful thinking on the part of paleontologists.


  17. Beat the heat at the Milwaukee Public Museum for just $10Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | OnMilwaukee

    We already gave you 10 ideas to find relief from the heat wave that's overtaken the Milwaukee area. Now the Milwaukee Public Museum adds another.


  18. People can dig through time at Orwell Corner archaeology projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | CBC News

    Nine-year-old Spencer Cook, and his 12-year-old sister, Ashley, from Hamilton, Ont. get to try out archaeology for the first time at Orwell Corner, with the help of dig assistant Liam McKenna.


  19. More dinosaurs appearing around ExmouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Exmouth Journal

    Exmouth's dinosaur invasion is spreading fast, with the prehistoric creatures now popping up at the Manor Gardens and on the seafront. The life-sized models are being installed along the Jurassic Safari trail, put forward by the Exmouth Town Team in partnership with Exmouth Town Council, East Devon District Council and the Jurassic Coast Team.


  20. Virtual reality brings dinosaur to lifeRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | The Triangle

    ... while pursuing her undergraduate degree in animation and visual effects at Drexel. As an elective, she took a paleontology class with Kenneth Lacovara, who shared information about his research on the Dreadnoughtus. At the time, researchers were ...