A farmer in Michigan was in for more than he bargained for when he tried to dig a drainage channel in his field. Turns out an 11,700 to 15,000 old mammoth skeleton was buried […]
Today’s TGIF post is a comic from Unearthed Comics and a good one for all the paleontology or unicorn enthusiasts that happen to come here from time to time. “”End the ridicule” by […]
Our world long ago with lands joined together when first appeared beasties of fur and of feather. Artistic view on the life in the Triassic period by Richard Morden. Get it here! (All […]
For most of us this might be more on the humorous side of science. But actually studying the mating habits of dinosaurs might lead paleontologists on some important clues of how dinosaurs evolved. […]
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