Paleontology Newswire (Page 9)

Paleontology Newswire (Page 9)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Paleontology. (Page 9)

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  1. New turkey-sized dinosaur identified after fossils found in 'Australia's lost world'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | ABC News

    More than ten years after finding foot and tail fossils in Victoria's south west, scientists have identified a new dinosaur that roamed what has been described as Australia's "lost world". The fossils were found in 113-million-year-old rocks that form a sea platform near Cape Otway in 2005 by a volunteer prospector.

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  2. The leopard gets its spotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Indian Express

    On June 5, 1978, on World Environment Day, the first gallery opened, with exhibits taken on long-term loan from the Zoological Survey of India, the Botanical Survey of India and the Geological Survey of India. In 2016, days after a fire gutted the National Museum of Natural History in Delhi, a tail-less fibreglass dinosaur, an albino tiger blackened from soot, a wild ass and a rhino were among 98 specimens that made the 375-km journey to Sawai Madhopur.

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  3. Experts stunned as UNKNOWN species of dinosaur weighing 10 TON...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | Daily Star

    Palaeontologists from Russia's Tomsk State University made the incredible find during excavations at a river bank in a village in West Siberia. The fossilised remains belong to a previously unknown species of prehistoric monster that roamed the Earth 120 million years ago.

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  4. Famous kiwis pick their best beachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The New Zealand Herald

    On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later.

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  5. 'Kabuki, a Mirror of Japan'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Japan Times

    From its inception in the 17th century through its flowering in the Edo period, kabuki never enjoyed the backing of the ruling samurai class. It was only through popular support that kabuki managed to survive repeated attempts at suppression, making it an invaluable tool in understanding the sentiments of the common people.

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  6. Making a dinosaur 'fossil' in your own homeRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 13 | Dear Kitty

    CT-scan study makes it possible to 3-D print and study the skull of the dinosaur species Massospondylus that roamed South Africa 200 million years ago in your own home The digital reconstruction of the skull of a 200-million-year-old South African dinosaur , Massospondylus , has made it possible for researchers to make 3D prints and in this way facilitate research on other dinosaurs all over the world. Kimi Chapelle, a PhD student at the Evolutionary Studies Institute at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg , South Africa , has used the Wits MicroFocus CT facility to peer inside the skull of the dinosaur Massospondylus.

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  7. Wisconsin man explores life without modern comfortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Star Tribune

    Sean Sullivan did not step straight out of the 1790s into modern-day downtown Wausau, but you would be forgiven for wondering if he did. Sullivan's choice of fashion is distinctly frontier fur-trader style, with his homemade buck-skin fringed shirts, elk-skin pants, moccasins and dark beard reaching down to his chest.

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  8. Suspect, victim in deadly Watertown shooting were roommates for 3 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | KSFY

    Tonight, a Watertown man is in custody after a shooting left his friend dead. Police arrested Donald Herron, 30, on charges of 1st-degree manslaughter and reckless discharge of a firearm.

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  9. Suspect arrested in connection to double homicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | KSFY

    Prairie Island Police and Sioux Falls Police say Maria LeClaire was arrested peacefully on Thursday afternoon at the Treasure Island Casino and Resort. Prairie Island Police and Sioux Falls Police say Maria LeClaire was arrested peacefully on Thursday afternoon at the Treasure Island Casino and Resort.

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  10. 'Dino-Roars" back at the Great Plains ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | KSFY

    The Great Room of the Delbridge Museum of Natural History at the zoo has been transformed into a "land before time" where 19 life-like dinosaurs come to life. Guests can also search for fossils in a hands-on Dinosaur Dig area.

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  11. Visiting a museum is one way to keep children's minds sharpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | The Press-Enterprise

    Museum engagement activities involve games that can be played with fellow visitors throughout the museum. In the Tell Your Story series , Karen Rae Kraut will perform family tales - some tall, some true - developed during all-ages workshops.

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  12. McDonald's Canada pulls ad encouraging people to skip museum visits in favour of fast foodRead the original story

    Friday Jan 12 | National Post

    McDonald's apologized and pulled the national radio ad which played-down how interesting a dinosaur museum could be, but said it was meant to be humorous McDonald's Restaurants of Canada has apologized and pulled a national radio ad that encouraged people to buy its fast food offerings rather than visit a museum after Canadian museums pushed back. Company spokesman Adam Grachnik said the 15-second ad, which played-down how interesting a dinosaur museum could be, was meant as a humorous promotion and in no way meant to offend.

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  13. 1/12/18 a " Hour 3The Glenn Beck ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Glenn Beck

    Banning best friends while going potty with Nancy?how long until our kids are just all chained together?life will find a wayHoping for dinosaurs? Glenn's pterodactyl solutionGreenpeace periodic table pansies Callers share their thoughts with Glenn Lacking 'emotional intellect' Somebody get the duct tape? 'Stop Shooting Yourself in the Foot!'? Start listening with our heads, hearts and to each other

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  14. Banning Lewis Ranch annexation agreement raises concern about parks, open space | Colorado Springs Gazette, NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | The Gazette

    Looking west across a portion of Banning Lewis Ranch from Highway 24 Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette Trails, parks and open spaces are linked to Colorado Springs' overall health and economic viability, a joint study by the city and outdoor enthusiasts found.

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  15. McDonald's pulls radio ad encouraging fast food over museum visitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | 680News

    A McDonald's restaurant sign is illuminated in the Wrigleyville neighborhood of Chicago on April 20, 2009. McDonald's has apologized and pulled a national radio ad that encouraged people to buy its fast food offerings rather than visit a museum after facing criticism.

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  16. Family-friendly things to do: Goodbye Santa, hello Las Olas Art FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | The Miami Herald

    Ever wonder what life would be like if the dinosaurs never became extinct? It's the last weekend to check out this hands-on, interactive exhibit that takes the dinosaur experience in a new direction, one that will amaze, entertain and spark curiosity as robotic creatures come to life. How would they have evolved? What would they be like today? Details: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday-Sunday at Miami Children's Museum, 980 MacArthur Cswy., Watson Island, Miami; www.miamichildrensmuseum.org; $20, $15 for Florida residents, free for kids under 12 months.

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  17. Photo: Trash remaining from a 1960's famous paleontologyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 2 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Trash remaining from a 1960's famous paleontology expedition called the "Big Dig" is seen at Ice Age Fossils State ParkLas Vegas' newest state park where visitors can explore and learn about fossil beds located in the areaduring a ranger-guided hike, Monday, Jan. 1, 2018.

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  18. Photo: Visitors listen to Park Ranger Garrett Fehner as hRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 2 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Visitors listen to Park Ranger Garrett Fehner as he talks about a pile of trash that remains from a 1960's famous paleontology expedition called the "Big Dig" at Ice Age Fossils State ParkLas Vegas' newest state park where visitors can explore and learn about fossil beds located in the areaduring a ranger-guided hike, Monday, Jan. 1, 2018. The old trash is now considered valuable for scientist, who plan to explore and catalogue it for historical records.

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  19. This tiny sea monster had creepy mouth appendagesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 2 | Fox News

    ... in tearing apart its preys," Aria said. Aria worked with Jean-Bernard Caron, senior curator of invertebrate paleontology at the Royal Ontario Museum and an associate professor in the departments of ecology and evolutionary biology and Earth sciences ...

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  20. Dinosaur TrainRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 2 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Join Buddy, an adorable preschool-age Tyrannosaurus Rex, who along with his Pteranodon family, ride the Dinosaur Train through prehistoric jungles, swamps, volcanoes and oceans. The Pteranodon family is super excited to be traveling to the "Classic in the Jurassic," an Olympic-type competition in which different dinosaur teams representing the three Mesozoic time periods will compete in various contests.

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