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One of the strongest lines of evidence that dinosaurs were cold-blooded, like modern reptiles, has been knocked down

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Jack Horner, the technical adviser on Jurassic Park and professor of palaeontology at Montana State University, is hoping to use living birds to hatch a dinosaur

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...up behind me,” he says. “That would be kind of cool. “There is now nothing to stop us bringing back dinosaurs but ourselves. “People who don’t believe it don’t know much about evolution.” Jack Horner adds: “Whether it is a good idea or not is another question…” Related search articles:dinosaur sightings 2013 gambar dino gambar dinosaur gambar dinosaurs scary dinosaurs dinosaurs recreated G...

Researchers have found that the space rock that hit Earth 65 million years ago and was widely implicated in the end of the dinosaurs was likely a speeding comet

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Dinosaurs made love just like dogs do, say experts

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...her position is unfathomable.” Some experts have questioned this line of thinking and suggested that dinosaurs romped in water. Dinosaurs made love just like dogs do, say experts Biologist Stuart Landry believes that big dinosaurs would just fall over on land and would have needed water to provide support. However, Gregory Erickson, a paleobiologist at Florida State University backs Prof. Kristi...

International experts have identified the creature that gave rise to all the placental mammals

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...the notion that the group, or clade, grew in an “explosion” of species shortly after the dinosaurs’ end about 65 million years ago. But a range of genetic studies that look for fairly regular changes in genetic makeup suggested that the group arose as long as 100 million years ago, with mammals such as early rodents sharing the Earth with the dinosaurs. Deciphering the very dista...

The fossil animal, which retains impressions of feathers, is dated to be about 160 million years old

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A fossil of what may be the earliest creature yet discovered on the evolutionary line to birds has been unearthed in China. The fossil animal, which retains impressions of feathers, is dated to be about 160 million years old. Scientists have given it the name Aurornis, which means “dawn bird”. The significance of the find, they tell Nature magazine, is that it helps simplify not only...

The baby dinosaur was just 3 years old and 5 feet long when it wandered into a river near Alberta and drowned about 70 million years ago

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...rby rock. The fossil is the smallest intact skeleton ever found from a group of horned, plant-eating dinosaurs known as ceratopsids, a group that includes the iconic Triceratops. Finding intact baby dinosaurs is incredibly rare. “The big ones just preserve better: They don’t get eaten, they don’t get destroyed by animals,” said study co-author Philip Currie, a paleobiologis...

The rare Tyrannosaurus Bataar, 7-metre long (23 ft), was bought by an anonymous bidder for more than $1 million in New York

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...s thought to be one of the most complete and well preserved ever discovered. “When it comes to dinosaurs, number one, dinosaurs in general are extremely rare. But the rarest of the dinosaurs are the carnivores, the meat eaters – the top of the food chain if you will,” David Herskowitz, director of natural history at Heritage Auctions, told APTV. “And, of all the meat eaters...

Scientists have found that dinosaurs may be partly to blame for a change in climate because they created so much flatulence

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...David Wilkinson, of Liverpool John Moores University, this is only a fifth of what was produced when Dinosaurs walked the Earth. “In fact, our calculations suggest these dinosaurs may have produced more methane than all the modern sources, natural and human, put together,” said David Wilkinson to the Sunday Times. The research is due to be published in an academic journal this week.   Relate...

A bone of a large flying reptile found in the gut of a Velociraptor is believed to be the dinosaur's last meal

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...ed to be the dinosaur's last meal A famous fossil unearthed in 1971 known as the “fighting dinosaurs” shows a Velociraptor and larger Protoceratops apparently locked in combat. But evidence of feeding by theropod dinosaurs, such as Velociraptor or Tyrannosaurus rex, is scarce in the fossil record. The 75 mm-long pterosaur bone shard was found within the rib cage where the Velocirap...

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World’s oldest public toilet, created at the dawn of the dinosaurs, has been unearthed in Argentina

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World’s oldest public toilet, created at the dawn of the dinosaurs, has been unearthed in Argentina. Thousands of fossilized poos left by rhino-like megaherbivores were found clustered together, scientists say. The 240-million-year-old site is the “world’s oldest public toilet” and the first evidence that ancient reptiles shared collective dumping grounds. The dung contains clue...

Multituberculates are the only major branch of mammals to have become completely extinct, and have no living descendants

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...adapted to eating flowering plants, say scientists. The “mass extinction event” which wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago is thought to have been caused by an asteroid or volcanic activity. Once the dinosaurs were no more, the rodent-like multituberculates continued to prosper. Now scientists have learned the secret of multituberculates’ success. The mammals were adapted to eating...

The newly discovered dinosaur measured about 24 feet long, weighed around 2.5 metric tons, and had a large head filled with sharp teeth

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A relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex has been unearthed in southern Utah, marking the discovery of the oldest known member of its group of dinosaurs yet. The newly discovered dinosaur measured about 24 feet long, weighed around 2.5 metric tons, and had a large head filled with sharp teeth. To evoke just what a powerful predator it was, researchers have given it a fittingly grand name: Lythronax ar...

A giant statue of Pope John Paul II is to be unveiled on a hill above the city of Czestochowa in southern Poland.

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A giant statue of Pope John Paul II is to be unveiled on a hill above the city of Czestochowa in southern Poland. The statue is said to be the tallest of the former pontiff anywhere in the world. Weighing five tonnes, the 13.8 m (45-ft) white fibreglass statue shows Pope John Paul II standing with outstretched arms. Czestochowa is home to the country’s most important pilgrimage site, the Ja...

A new study suggests that fragments of an ancient continent called Rodinia are buried beneath the floor of the Indian Ocean

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A new study suggests that fragments of an ancient continent called Rodinia are buried beneath the floor of the Indian Ocean. Researchers have found evidence for a landmass that would have existed between 2,000 and 85 million years ago. The strip of land, which scientists have called Mauritia, eventually fragmented and vanished beneath the waves as the modern world started to take shape. The study...

This year’s Grammy Awards ceremony will take place on January 26.

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This year’s Grammy Awards ceremony will take place on January 26. See full list of nominees: GENERAL Album Of The Year “The Blessed Unrest” — Sara Bareilles “Random Access Memories” — Daft Punk “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City” — Kendrick Lamar “The Heist” — Macklemore & Ryan Lewis “Red” — Taylor Swift Record Of The Year “Get Lucky...

Frozen has become the biggest animation of all time

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Frozen has become the top-grossing animated film in box office history. The Disney animation has now made $1.072 billion globally, beating Toy Story 3‘s previous record of $1.063 billion in 2010, according to Boxofficemojo.com. Frozen, loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen fairytale The Snow Queen, opened in North America on November 27. The musical film has made $398.4 million in North...

In the event the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world is right, scientists have foretold a raft of bloody and catastrophic fates for us all

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Scientists say it won’t happen, at least not on Friday, December 21, but in the event the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world is right, they have foretold a raft of bloody and catastrophic fates for us all. Dark comets, famine, super-volcanoes, catastrophic climate change, and a plague of cancers are just some of the ends that could fulfill the prophecy. Astrophysicist Professor Jocelyn...

Captain Robert Falcon Scott

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Felix Baumgartner, who has become the first skydiver to go through the sound barrier, says the main goal of his exploit was to collect scientific data. The aim, his team insists, is to assist in the development of high-altitude parachute systems that will save lives when spacecraft are evacuated in the stratosphere. There is a long history of people undertaking daring feats and helping science in...

In the interview with the new issue of Marie Claire, Angelina Jolie spoke frankly to the magazine about her lack of female confidantes

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Angelina Jolie has confessed during an interview with U.S. Marie Claire that there is at least one thing missing in her life – female friends. In the interview with the new issue of Marie Claire, Angelina Jolie spoke frankly to the magazine about her lack of female confidantes. “It was nice for me to play with other girls; I don’t really have girlfriends in movies, if you’ve not...

NASA has identified a 460 ft wide asteroid, 2011 AG5, soaring through space and calculated that it could potentially impact Earth on February 5th 2040

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NASA has identified a 460 ft wide asteroid, 2011 AG5, soaring through space and calculated that it could potentially impact Earth on February 5th 2040. The 2011 AG5 has already attracted the concern of the UN Action Team on near-Earth objects, which has begun discussing ways to divert it. The UN Action Team has put the odds of it hitting us at one in 625, though that could change nearer the time....

Chinese researchers have unearthed two giant blood-sucking insects at different dig sites that are the largest known flea type creatures of their size

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Chinese researchers have unearthed two giant blood-sucking insects at different dig sites that are the largest known flea type creatures of their size. The largest female discovered flea type creature measured at 20.6 millimeters (.81 inches) while the largest male was a still impressive 14.7 millimeters (.58 inches). The blood suckers are not only bigger then modern fleas; they also lacked their...

Asteroid 2012 JU passed within nearly 119,000 miles of Earth on May 14, just a whisker away from us in astronomical terms

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Asteroid 2012 JU passed within nearly 119,000 miles of Earth on May 14, just a whisker away from us in astronomical terms. Indeed, the bus-sized asteroid came closer to us than the moon does, with our celestial partner spinning around us at a distance of 238,000 miles. Luckily, we were never in any danger from the 12-metre wide asteroid, but it is another reminder of the risk we face from these r...