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Plantman took a brief but necessary vacation, or personal day - as if the rest of his days were property of Topiary Techniques - to visit the world-famous City Museum Complex.
Stanford researchers visited the Nemegt Basin in Mongolia's Gobi Desert in search of clues to Central Asia's extreme aridity.
Some 65 million years ago, a space rock crashed into Earth near what is now the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.
The Delaware Museum of Natural History's annual Dino Days will feature new highlights, including free-flight, live bird shows each day.
A 17-metre diplodocus costing 4.3 million kroner will be the prize exhibit at the new Natural History Museum A gigantic dinosaur named Misty is moving to Denmark after it was bought at a London auction two weeks by the Natural History Museum.
Karin Sigloch sailed into the Indian Ocean this autumn to retrieve traps she had set out the year before.
Botany Town Centre is stepping back in time, to when majestic dinosaurs roamed the earth, to host the New Zealand premiere of Walking With Dinosaurs: The Movie.
When the media sink their teeth into a big and powerful institution, it loses control of its own narrative, in the revised script playing the part of crook or dupe or incompetent.
The researchers from Slovak Academy of Sciences in Slovakia, said ancient cockroaches lived alongside herbivore dinosaurs up to 250 million years ago It may not be one of life's great mysteries, but the lack of vast amounts of fossilised dinosaur faeces has baffled scientists for years.
About 65 million years ago, an asteroid or comet crashed into a shallow sea near what is now the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.
When visiting Boston, tourists have hundreds of fun, historical and educational activities to choose from.
Enter the prehistoric world when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. See them hunt and battle.
Ancient farming practices, such as raising fish in rice paddies in China or Aboriginal Australian fire controls, will get a new lease of life under plans to slow extinctions of animals and plants, experts said on Monday.
The dinosaur, nicknamed 'Wade', was found eight years ago near Winton, north-west of Longreach, but scientists have been preparing and studying the fossils ever since.
Wesleyan University opened the Orange Judd Hall of Natural Science in 1871 and the museum displayed sacred Native American objects alongside curiosities that included dinosaur tracks, a stuffed bison and an Egyptian mummy.
Gamma-ray bursts are the most energetic and luminous explosions in the known universe.