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Dinosaurs in the Wild: An Inside View - Scientific American (blog)


Scientific American (blog)
Right now, you can travel back in time 67 million years and see live dinosaurs, pterosaurs and mosasaurs. All you have to do – it's easiest if you live in southern England, sorry everyone else – is travel to the Greenwich Peninsula, London, and visit ...

'Amazing Dragon' Discovery in China Reshapes History of Dinosaurs' Evolution - New York Times


New York Times
A farmer in China stumbled upon some fossils more than a decade ago, which led to an excavation, which led to a realization: It's time to rethink the evolutionary history of some of the biggest dinosaurs that ever walked the earth. In a study published ...
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Mushrooms, Magma and Love in a Time of Science - New York Times


New York Times
Orra White Hitchcock (1796-1863) was one of the most remarkable women from this more egalitarian age of scientific study. She had a deep knowledge of botany, zoology and paleontology, and she was also an artist — though that “also” would have seemed ...

Dinosaurs of the Deep Discovered

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Article discussing recreational divers' encounters with the endangered fish in South Africa.

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2004 mission to study the fantastic life forms of four alien landscapes in the Gulf of Mexico up to 3,000 feet deep.

Extinction of the Dinosaurs
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Perhaps the most notable event of the Cretaceous was its conclusion. About 65 million years ago the second greatest mass extinction in Earth history occurred, resulting in the loss of the dinosaurs as well as nearly 50% of all the world’s species. Though not nearly as severe as the end-Permian mass extinction, the end-Cretaceous extinction is the most famous mass extinction in Earth history. Regardless of what caused the disappearance of the

Did Birds Evolve from Dinosaurs?
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Article by Dr Marc Surtees arguing that the fossil record does not appear to provide indisputable evidence for the theory that birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs.

Dinobuzz: Are Birds Really Dinosaurs?
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Article examining the evolution of birds.

New African Ape Fossil Discovered
United Kingdom

BBC Science and Nature article by Helen Briggs on the discovery of fossils of an ape that lived 10 million years ago which could hold clues to the dawn of human evolution.

Renilla GFP: Discovered and Identified by Function
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Features slide show detailing the discovery and characterization of GFP from the sea pansy Renilla reniformis.

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Scientists have found skeletons of a human species that grew no larger than a three-year-old modern child. The species lived with pygmy elephants and giant lizards on a remote island in Indonesia. From National Geographic.

Genome News Network: New Amino acid Discovered in Methanosarcina barkeri
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Reports on the discovery of a new amino acid, pyrrolysine, coded by UAG (normally a stop codon) in this methanogen.

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Research network in fungal systematics. Includes projects, research tools, meetings list, jobs, and related links.

Deep Time
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PBS Evolution offers an interactive timeline to help readers better understand geologic time and evolutionary change.