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Fossil footprints found in B.C. paint new picture of T-Rex
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Pack attack: Tyrannosaurs ran in gangs, fossil footprints show

While paleontologists have dug up a decent number of tyrannosaur bones, their footprints have been few and far between, according to the study led by Richard McCrea, a researcher at Peace Region Palaeontology Research Center. Those few that have ... Los Angeles Times, 1 hour ago

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Were most dinosaurs feathery? New discovery suggests widespread dino-plumage.

Fossils unearthed in Siberia of a plant-eating dinosaur suggests that feathers were common among the ancient reptiles. The plant-eating dinosaur Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus in its natural environment. (Andrey Atuchin) Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic ...
 Christian Science Monitor4 hours ago Siberian Discovery Suggests Almost All Dinosaurs Were Feathered  National Geographic4 hours ago Now, the discovery of six new dinosaur fossils in Siberia suggests feathers weren't exclusive to theropods, but were a feature of all dinosaurs.  TickerTech.com32 minutes ago Siberian Fossil Find Suggests All Dinosaurs Sported Feathers  Auto World News2 hours ago

Wyoming fossil cave to be excavated

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 News24.com1 hour ago Wyoming cave full of fossils to be re-opened to scientists  FOXNews.com12 hours ago Wyoming cave with fossil secrets to be excavated  Miami Herald16 hours ago Cave full of prehistoric fossils to be excavated  Big News Network3 hours ago
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Footprints suggest tyrannosaurs were gregarious

By AFP | AFP Scientists in western Canada have discovered the fossilized footprints of three tyrannosaurs that suggest these fearsome predators may have hunted in packs. The sets of tyrannosaur footprints are the first ever to be found in ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland21 minutes ago AFP - Canada-environment-science-dinosaurs  Namibia Press Agency5 hours ago Tyrannosaurus Tracks Show Dinosaur's Walk  Popular Mechanics1 day ago

Keep watch on Fossil's Michael Kors addiction

Perhaps the greatest beneficiary of that trend was Fossil, which began to experience a pickup in sales of Michael Kors watches, available for as little as $120. Fossil likely got an extra boost from Kors because the brand had become incredibly ...
 CNBC4 hours ago Fossil's Michael Kors addiction  CNBC4 hours ago
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Global biofuels market contributes to equitable economic development and energy self-reliance

The topic of biofuels has drawn increased interest worldwide in the wake of steeply-climbing fossil fuel prices in 2005-2006. In late 2006/early 2007 prices began to subside, but are unlikely to return to their former levels. The painful experience ...
 TransWorldNews6 hours ago Obama is Wrong about Natural Gas  Dissident Voice19 hours ago Scottish Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association member signs break-through South Korean clean-energy grid supply deal  Scottish Energy News23 hours ago RENEWABLE ENERGY : Findings on Renewable Energy Detailed by G.A. Miraculas and Co-Authors (Optimization of process parameters for biodiesel extraction from tamanu oil...  4 Traders1 day ago

Delinquent Dinosaurs and Fantastic Fossils!Delinquent Dinosaurs and Fantastic…

Durlston Country Park National Nature Reserve Durlston Country Park NNR , Lighthouse Road, Swanage, BH19 2JL About this location Durlston Country Park, National Nature Reserve and Castle, situated 1 mile from Swanage in Dorset, is a fabulous ...
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Faith communities are dumping their fossil fuel investments

Worried about global warming, a growing number of churches and other faith groups are divesting their holdings in fossil fuel companies, which release large amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. "The warning in ...
 National Catholic Reporter9 hours ago Representative of 560 million faith-based investors divests fossil fuels  Ethical Investor3 days ago Some U.S. faith groups unload fossil-fuel investments  Washington Post5 days ago Australia repeals fossil-fuel limits prior to Group of 20 meeting  Examiner.com5 days ago

Scientists: Bird's Ancestors Likely Not Dinosaurs

A fossil found in Inner Mongolia may prove that birds did
 Big News Network20 hours ago Rare fossilised feces of dinosaurs found in Madhya Pradesh  DNA1 week ago 'Pocket Sauropod' Fossils Show Evolution Of Giant Dinosaurs' Little Cousins  Huffington Post1 month ago Big Dino: Fossils of largest dinosaur found in Argentina  First Post.com2 months ago

An auction gallery in California is offering up a really long and really old piece of poop.

Longest-ever fossilized poop still for sale Jul. 23. /UPI/ -- Copyright 2014 United Press International, Inc. (UPI). Any reproduction, republication, redistribution and/or modification of any UPI content is expressly prohibited without UPI's ...
 TickerTech.com1 day ago 'Longest' Fossilized Poop Goes Up for Auction  NBCNews.com3 days ago Longest fossilised poop to fetch USD 10,000 at auction  Business Standard4 days ago 'Longest' Fossilized Poop Drops at Auction House  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 days ago
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