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The Permian mass extinction coincided with the timing of a disruption in the Earth’s carbon cycle - but what, or who, played a part in the die-out? >>Read More
Post: April 15, 2014 8:49 pm, Source: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences  Comments (0) Views (90)
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Paleoartist John Gurche has worked on the movie Jurassic Park, designed stamps for the US Postal Service, and recently crafted the sculptures for the Smithsonian Museum’s Hall of Human Origins. In his new book Shaping Humanity, Gurche delves into the data, research, creativity, and emotion employed in constructing the Smithsonian exhibit. >>Read More
Post: April 11, 2014 9:10 am, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (0) Views (147)
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20 million years before Archaeopteryx, dozens of dinosaurs were found to be light and winged, though not flapping their wings. >>Read More
Post: April 9, 2014 11:46 am, Source: Evolution  Comments (0) Views (101)
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Beelzebufo differs from all known living and extinct frogs in that it possessed long bony spikes protruding from its head like devilish horns and similar spines down the vertebrae of its back. >>Read More
Post: April 1, 2014 10:01 pm, Source: PLOS ONE  Comments (0) Views (436)
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New research examines spider fossils from three localities representing ancient lakeside environments, and compares them to modern spiders drowned in different salinities were done to look for patterns in leg orientation. >>Read More
Post: March 29, 2014 12:42 am, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (0) Views (328)
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Paleoartist John Gurche has worked on the movie Jurassic Park, designed stamps for the US Postal Service, and recently crafted the sculptures for the Smithsonian Museum’s Hall of Human Origins. In his new book Shaping Humanity, Gurche delves into the data, research, creativity, and emotion employed in constructing the Smithsonian exhibit. >>Read More
Post: March 26, 2014 11:53 am, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (0) Views (398)
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If monitor lizards, alligators, dinosaurs, and birds all inherited their efficient lungs from a common ancestor, one-way breathing must be at least 20 million years older than previously thought. >>Read More
Post: March 26, 2014 11:15 am, Source: Nature  Comments (0) Views (978)

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