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'Jurassic World' director mocks Bryce Dallas Howard's high heels - CNET
CNET The director has put his foot down. Any running away from dinosaurs in the 2018 sequel will have to be done in practical boots. 2 days
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THE VERGE VIDEO Have you ever thought games like Diablo and Torchlight would be better if only they had dinosaurs? Well,... 2 days
Could Dinosaurs Fly?
LIVE SCIENCE Some dinosaurs may not have been restricted to life on the ground and instead could have launched into the air for quick flights, researchers have found. 3 days
Scientists find new conclusions for how sauropod claws were used
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Paleontologists at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Dickinson Museum Center (North Dakota) have just published new research describing the behavior of sauropod dinosaurs, the largest animals... 4 days
The evolution of the baleen in whales
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Baleen whales, such as the gigantic 30m-long blue whale, are the largest animals that have ever lived on this planet. They even beat the largest of the dinosaurs. But, ironically, the secret to their... 4 days
Plant-eating mammals sport bigger bellies than meat eaters
SCIENCE-NEWS Mammalian plant eaters have bigger torsos than meat eaters, a new analysis confirms, but the same might not have held true for dinosaurs. 4 days
'Jurassic World' comes alive at Philadelphia exhibit
PHYS.ORG Dinosaurs in museums tend to be of the fossilized variety, but a new exhibit in Philadelphia is bringing the creatures and their world to life. 1 week
Dino-killing crater shows clues about Ice Age sea level
PHYS.ORG The massive underwater crater left by the asteroid that exterminated the dinosaurs has provided new evidence that sea levels were much lower during the last Ice Age, researchers said Wednesday. 1 week
130-Million-Year Old Proteins Still Present in Dinosaur-Age Fossil
LIVE SCIENCE Microscopic pigment structures and proteins that graced the feathers of a Cretaceous-age bird are still present in its 130-million-year-old fossil, a new study finds. 2 weeks
Scientists Say Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Made Earth's Surface Act Like Liquid
NPR The asteroid smashed into Earth. And from miles under the Earth's surface, rock hurtled upward to a height twice that of Mount Everest and then collapsed outward to... 2 weeks
Extinct Mammals Are Real-Life 'Fantastic Beasts'
LIVE SCIENCE Extinct mammals were just as bizarre and fascinating as dinosaurs. 2 weeks
Cretaceous bird find holds new color clue
SCIENCE-NEWS New molecular clues in 130-million-year-old bird fossil could help paleontologists firm up case for ancient color in dinosaurs. 2 weeks
Asteroid Impacts Could Create Niches for Life
ASTRO WATCH Scientists studying the Chicxulub crater have shown how large asteroid impacts deform rocks in a way that may produce habitats for early life. Around 65 million years ago a massive asteroid crashed into the... 2 weeks
Archaeologist uses 'dinosaur crater' rocks, prehistoric teeth to track ancient humans
SCIENCE DAILY Where's the best place to start when retracing the life of a person who lived 4,000 years ago? Turns out, it's simple -- you start at... 2 weeks
Dino-Killing Asteroid May Have Punctured Earth's Crust
SPACE.COM After analyzing the crater from the cosmic impact that ended the age of dinosaurs, scientists now say the object that smacked into the planet may have punched nearly all the way through Earth's crust,... 2 weeks
[Geology] Drilling into Chicxulub's formation
AAAS The Chicxulub impact crater, known for its link to the demise of the dinosaurs, also provides an opportunity to study rocks from a large impact structure. Large impact craters have – [Read More] 2 weeks
Dino-Killing Asteroid May Have Punctured Earth's Crust
LIVE SCIENCE After analyzing the crater from the cosmic impact that ended the age of dinosaurs, scientists now say the object that smacked into the planet may have punched nearly all the way through Earth's crust,... 2 weeks
How a ring of mountains forms inside a crater
SCIENCE-NEWS Rocks drilled from the Chicxulub crater linked to the demise of the dinosaurs reveal how mountainous peak rings form within large impact craters. 2 weeks
Dinosaur-Era Bird Had Iridescent Feathers
SCI-NEWS.COM A group of paleontologists led by University of Akron researcher Jennifer Peteya has discovered a new bohaiornithid bird specimen from the Cretaceous period of China with remarkably preserved feathers. Bohaiornithid birds belonged to Enantiornithes, a diverse group of... 3 weeks
Fearsome Malagasy Dinosaur Remained a Pipsqueak Most of Its Life
LIVE SCIENCE A fearsome carnivorous dinosaur known for eating its own kind wasn't that large — it weighed about as much as a hefty crocodile. But the creature took more... 3 weeks
Dinosaurs may have used color as camouflage
SCIENCE-NEWS Paleo color, found in fossilized pouches of pigment could paint a vivid picture of a dinosaur’s life. 3 weeks
How and why to date a dinosaur
PHYS.ORG You might think dating dinosaurs would be an easy task, but in reality it's actually quite difficult. We date dinosaurs based on where we find their fossils, using the ages of the rocks that... 3 weeks
Researchers uncover details behind dinosaur-era birds' feathers
PHYS.ORG Scientists have recently discovered a new bohaiornithid bird specimen from the Early Cretaceous Period of China with remarkably preserved feathers. Bohaiornithid birds belonged to enantiornithes, a group of avian dinosaurs that lived millions of... 3 weeks
Westworld vs. Jurassic Park: when playing god is clearly a bad idea
THE VERGE Let’s play a quick guessing game. The franchise in question involves an old guy trying his hand at being god, a wondrous theme park... 3 weeks
Chinese Construction Workers Set Off Dynamite And Uncover 'New' Dinosaur Species
NPR Workmen building a high school in southern China were blasting through bedrock – and when the dust settled, they found they had uncovered a well-preserved dinosaur... 3 weeks
'Mud Dragon' fossil shows dinosaurs thrived on eve of destruction
REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a humid, tropical jungle in southern China eons ago, a remarkably bird-like dinosaur with wing-like arms, a toothless beak and a dome-shaped crest atop... 3 weeks
Dinosaur discovery casts light on final flurry of animals' evolution
SCIENCE DAILY A dinosaur fossil that almost went undiscovered is giving scientists valuable clues about a family of creatures that flourished just before the mass extinction. 3 weeks
Tongtianlong limosus: New Species of Feathered Dinosaur Discovered in China
SCI-NEWS.COM A new species of oviraptorid dinosaur has been discovered in southern China dating back approximately 69 million years to the latest Cretaceous period, says an international team of... 3 weeks
T-Rex, Hedgehog, Sandwich, Vampire and Zombie Among Emoji Proposed for 2017's Unicode 10
MacRumors The Unicode Consortium today published the list of proposed emoji that could potentially be included in Unicode 10, set to be released... 3 weeks
Muddy Demise: Bird-Like Dinosaur Died While Struggling to Free Itself
LIVE SCIENCE More than 66 million years ago, a feathered dinosaur with two skinny legs and a bony crest on top of its head got mired in the mud, likely... 3 weeks
Meet the robot dinosaurs a Japanese company wants to unleash in a theme park
CBC Stomping and roaring dinosaurs took to the stage in Tokyo on Thursday as part of a presentation for a proposed... 3 weeks
Dinosaurs' rise was 'more gradual,' new fossil evidence suggests
PHYS.ORG Researchers have discovered two small dinosaurs together with a lagerpetid, a group of animals that are recognized as precursors of dinosaurs. The discovery made in Brazil and reported in the... 3 weeks
Dinosaur discovery casts light on final flurry of animals' evolution
PHYS.ORG A dinosaur fossil that almost went undiscovered is giving scientists valuable clues about a family of creatures that flourished just before the mass extinction. 3 weeks
Dragon dinosaur met a muddy end
SCIENCE-NEWS ‘Mud dragon’ fossil discovered in China suggests that dinosaurs’ last days were an active time of evolution. 3 weeks
2 Dome-Headed Dinosaurs the Size of German Shepherds Discovered
LIVE SCIENCE The discovery of a pair of fossilized skulls from dome-headed dinosaurs is shedding light on how these bizarre creatures called pachycephalosaurs evolved, researchers say. 4 weeks
Biggest map of dinosaur tree yet suggests they emerged 20 million years earlier than thought
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers from the U.K. and the U.S. has mapped the biggest dinosaur tree yet, and... 4 weeks
Original dinosaur claw sheath proteins preserved for 75 million years
PHYS.ORG New research from North Carolina State University shows that a 75-million-year-old Mongolian oviraptor, preserved while brooding its eggs, also preserved the original keratinous claw sheath that covered its... 4 weeks
Patagonian fossil leaves reveal rapid recovery from dinosaur extinction event
SCIENCE DAILY Ancient feeding marks from hungry insects in South American leaf fossils are shedding new light on the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. 4 weeks
Tough Turtle: Dino-Killing Asteroid Spared Sea Creature
LIVE SCIENCE Shortly after an asteroid smashed into Earth about 65.5 million years ago, obliterating much of life on Earth, an ancient sea turtle with a triangular-shaped head swam along the relatively arid shores of southern... 4 weeks
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CNET Hours of work, endless moulded foam and no toilet breaks -- the best cosplayers suffer for their art, and they were all showing off... 4 weeks
A giant predatory lizard swam in Antarctic seas near the end of the dinosaur age
SCIENCE DAILY Kaikaifilu is a new species of giant sea lizard (mosasaur) discovered in 66-million-year-old rocks of Antarctica. At about... 4 weeks
Patagonian fossil leaves reveal rapid recovery from dinosaur extinction event
PHYS.ORG Ancient feeding marks from hungry insects in South American leaf fossils are shedding new light on the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. 4 weeks
A popular theory about the dinosaur-killing meteor has been debunked
THE VERGE Insect bites on fossilized leaves have finally helped us solve a long-standing mystery around the meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs about 66 million years ago. For years,... 4 weeks
A giant predatory lizard swam in Antarctic seas near the Maastrichtian period
PHYS.ORG Kaikaifilu is a new species of giant sea lizard (mosasaur) discovered in 66 million-year-old rocks of Antarctica. At about 10 m long, it is... 4 weeks
Herbivorous mammals have bigger bellies
SCIENCE DAILY Herbivorous mammals have bigger bellies than their usually slim carnivorous counterparts, an international study based on 3D reconstructions of animal skeletons reveals for the first time. In dinosaurs, however, there is no notable difference between carnivores and herbivores. 4 weeks
Herbivorous mammals have bigger bellies
PHYS.ORG As an international study conducted by the University of Zurich based on 3-D reconstructions of animal skeletons reveals for the first time: Herbivorous mammals have bigger bellies than their usually slim carnivorous counterparts. In dinosaurs, however, there is... 1 month
Dinosaur earrings should make regular jewelry extinct - CNET
CNET Sliced-apart retro toys are transformed into these prehistoric pretties found on Etsy. 1 month
NASA's new asteroid alert system gives five days of warning
PHYS.ORG Everyone knows it was a large asteroid striking Earth that led to the demise of the dinosaurs. But how many near misses were there? Modern humans have been... 1 month
Saturn’s Rings Could Have Formed when Dinosaurs Walked the Earth
SCI-NEWS.COM Saturn’s rings are billions of years younger than we thought, say Cornell University researchers analyzing an almost forgotten set of data, collected 10 years ago by NASA’s Cassini... 1 month
From dinosaurs to crime scenes – how our new footprint software can bring the past to life
PHYS.ORG A fossil footprint is one of the most evocative insights into the past. It... 1 month
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