Paleontology Newswire (Page 7)

Paleontology Newswire (Page 7)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Paleontology. (Page 7)

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  1. This is why there was a giant dinosaur poo in Cardiff's busiest shopping streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 21 | IcNetwork

    Shoppers have been left wondering why a pile of dinosaur poo and a smashed up sculpture have been left in Cardiff city centre. An apparently new statue of 'Welsh Dinofather' Thomas H Thomas - who discovered dino footprints in 1878 - was smashed apart and cordoned off by security staff.


  2. The Triassic's Mystery CreatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 21 | Scientific American

    Dinosaurs are our ambassadors to the deep past. There's hardly a better example of this fact than the Triassic.


  3. Dinosaur Mummy DiscoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 21 | IGN

    According to National Geographic , the dinosaur, which is currently on display at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology, was given the distinction because of its highly preserved state, with its skin, armor, and even some guts still intact. The mummy's unprecedented quality of preservation has led some scientists to proclaim it the best preserved dinosaur specimen ever discovered.


  4. Books: New and noteworthyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 21 | USA Today

    Look for new books by Michael Crichton, Kevin Kwan and Jeff Shaara. Plus a collection of essays about The Beatles.


  5. Eastern Book Cliffs Deep HistoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 21 | KAFM Grand Junction

    This is a comprehensive introduction to the geologic history, prehistoric and historic occupation, and current issues facing the Eastern Book Cliffs and Cisco desert region. We will see Archaic Barrier Canyon style, Fremont, and Ute rock art plus a lesser known inscription of French trapper, Denis Julien.


  6. If You GoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 19 |

    Eight rooms highlight themes of South Carolina, including the Magnolia, which captures the feel of an old Southern plantation. Rates start at $149.


  7. Late author Michael Crichton's lost book, 'Dragon Teeth,' is publishedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 |

    The late Michael Crichton was a major entertainer during his lifetime, bringing us "The Andromeda Strain," "Westworld," "Jurassic Park" and "ER," among many others in books, motion pictures and television. He died in 2008, but his influence continues, with the filmed sequels to the restoration of Jurassic-era dinosaurs through DNA recovered from amber, and the reimagining of "Westworld" on HBO.


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    Saturday May 20 | Chicago Parent

    ... the winding outdoor path, guests can explore the origins of myths and legends through culture, literature, and paleontology that is illustrated on signage. Inside a tented area, zoogoers can get up-close views of live reptiles, including a ...


  9. Toyota 4Runner: The beast that refuses to dieRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Texarkana Gazette

    The 2017 4Runner is the fifth generation 4Runner trotted out by Toyota. Starting at almost $3,500 more than comparable rides, the 4Runner may have a tough row to hoe.


  10. Measuring the Force: FSU Research Team Discovers Bite Capacity of T-RexRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | WTXL

    ... of year can be arbitrary. However, dinosaurs tend to have a special way of catching the attention of children. Paleontology often bring little ones their first ever exposure to the scientific method. So finding out that the force was strong with ...


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    Saturday May 20 | Quay County Sun

    The Tucumcari City Commission enacted amendments to the city's nuisance ordinance on Thursday. The amendments make violations of the ordinance criminal offenses but reduce the fine for first... A new face will be heading up boys basketball at Logan Municipal Schools next school year.


  12. While the kids are away, the adults can playRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Star Tribune

    The Science Museum, Minnesota Zoo and the Children's Museum are all adding adults-only nights with wine and food and more sophisticated entertainment. Gallery: Alexis Arnold, Stephen Gray, and Annie Fridlund sipped their drinks and visited inside a 560 gallon plastic drum meant to represent the size of a dinosaur's stomach in the Dinosaurs and Fossils Gallery while attending the adults-only night at the Science Museum.


  13. 12 hours in Newport NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    It's a 23-mile long stretch of land on the Virginian Peninsula that's only three miles wide at most. What Newport News lacks in width it most certainly makes up for in depth.


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

    Saturday May 20 | Watertown Daily Times

    From our standpoint 66 million years later, it's easy to assume the demise of the dinosaurs was an inevitability. But an international team of researchers is making a radical argument for why that may not be the case: Had the asteroid that likely wiped out the dinosaurs slammed into the planet a few minutes earlier or later, the scientists say, the fabled reptiles could still be walking the earth now.


  15. Zoo, museums add adults-only playtimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Star Tribune

    NOT CHILD'S PLAY: Molly Weismantel, an architect, assembled a tower out of assorted materials at the Minnesota Science Museum. At right is her husband, Jared.


  16. The a Doomsday Vaulta is in huge troubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Bay Area Business Woman

    Humanity's future is threatened by a major development on a remote Norwegian island that is home to a 'doomsday vault.' A vault on the remote Norwegian island of Spitsbergen is meant to save humanity from extinction if the worst comes to worst, but now it appears even the vault is under a major threat.


  17. Top dollar: Browns sign Myles Garrett, 1st overall pickRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | The Review

    ... in the background. The Browns are counting on Garrett, whose outside interests include writing poetry and paleontology, to energize their turnaround. Cleveland went 1-15 last season, has had just two winnings seasons since its 1999 expansion reboot ...


  18. Tale of 2 Tails: Why Do Sharks and Whales Swim So Differently?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | LiveScience

    Like other fish, sharks swim by moving their tails side to side. So, why do these two marine creatures - the shark and the whale - swim in such different ways? [ What's the World's Largest Whale? ] Whales move their tails up and down because they evolved from mammals about 50 million years ago, said Kenneth Lacovara, a professor of paleontology and geology and the dean of the School of Earth & Environment at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey.


  19. State Of Tango, Google I/O 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Tom's Hardware

    Tango is potentially Google's biggest gamble. A complex package of cameras and depth sensing cameras designed around augmented reality, Tango presents some unique challenges for Google.


  20. Paleo Profile: The "Need Helmet" DinosaurRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Scientific American

    A new species of dinosaur is named about every two weeks. That's the latest statistic for the breakneck speed of dinosaur paleontology these days, but the announcements aren't evenly spread.