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1 hr ago | BBC News

Dinosaurs' extinction 'bad luck'

Dinosaurs were wiped out by an asteroid impact when they were at their most vulnerable, according to a new study.

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1 hr ago | Live Science

Could Dinosaurs Have Survived the Impact that Killed Them?

The space rock that wiped out most of the dinosaurs may have had a colossal case of bad timing.

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2 hrs ago | WFAA-TV Dallas

Tracking dinosaurs in Denali before time runs out

In the mountains of Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve, Dr. Tony Fiorillo, curator of earth sciences at The Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, is leading an annual expedition to hunt for remnants of dinosaurs in Denali.

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6 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

Scientists finally unlock mystery ofa why dinosaurs died - really bad luck

Dinosaurs could be roaming the Earth today instead of humans if they had not fallen victim to "colossal bad luck", according to new research led by Scottish scientists.

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11 hrs ago | The China Post

Feathered dinosaurs may have been prevalent: study

If you've visited a dinosaur exhibit in the last five years you know that at least some of the scaly, reptilian-looking creatures most of us imagined were in fact plumed.

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17 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

Attractions: Children's Museum of New Hampshire

The Children's Museum of NH Engages All Ages From the youngest child to the most seasoned grandparent, the Children's Museum of New Hampshire offers the ideal destination for family fun, learning and hands-on exploration.

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23 hrs ago | Thorne Today

Dean's look at our dinosaur past

Doncaster palaeontologist Dean Lomax has published a new book entitled Dinosaurs of the British Isles, that argues Britain's dinosaur past has been forgotten in popular culture.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

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The Sixth Extinction Is Here - And It's Our Fault

The Earth appears to be in the early stages of the Sixth Extinction, the latest in a series of mass biodiversity losses that have punctuated the history of life on the planet, according to a paper published in Science this week.

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ABC News

Work begins on $800,000 dinosaur museum in outback town

The facility is being built at Eromanga, which prides itself on being the Queensland town furthest from the sea, about 1,000 kilometres west of Brisbane.

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RedOrbit

New Evidence Suggests That Tyrannosaurs...

Three sets of tyrannosaur tracks discovered in northeastern British Columbia reveal the bipedal carnivores likely traveled in packs, according to new research published in Wednesday's edition of the journal PLOS ONE .

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WRAL.com

Stolen dinosaur replica to be returned to Raleigh museum Monday

The polymer resin model of an Edmontosaurus hatchling, which is valued at $10,000, has been repainted, and it will be installed with a new anchoring system next week.

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York Press

Gracie, 3, becomes a dinosaur detective in Museum Gardens

Museum bosses have said nine dinosaurs are suspected of taking "bites" out of precious artefacts and there has bee discovery of some dinosaur bones Until August 31, children are being asked to become great dinosaur detectives to help staff solve clues around the museum, look at dinosaur fossils and find out which one of our naughty dinosaurs is ... (more)

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Neatorama

Tyrannosaurus Attacked by Flamingos

This statue of a fossilized T. rex stands on the Google "campus," which is what they cll their office complex.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

Examiner.com

Jurassic Quest: Dinosaurs, rides, fossil digs, crafts and more this weekend

Dinosaurs are taking over Everett at the Jurassic Quest two-day adventure. This weekend paleontologists of all ages can through back in time to explore dozens of museum quality dinosaurs.

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HeraldNet

Weekend best bets: Dinosaurs, Aquafest, outdoor fun, more

A dino-might time: This weekend's Jurassic Quest exhibit at Comcast Arena features 50 realistic "animatronic" dinosaurs and gives kids a chance to ride them.

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Related Topix: Science, Paleontology, Snohomish, WA, Lake Stevens, WA, Everett, WA

Free Republic

Most Of The Earth's Species Are About To Be Destroyed In A Giant Mass Extinction

Approximately 65 million years ago, when the dinosaurs went extinct, 75% of the planet's many species went with them.

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New Scientist

Bloodsuckers fed on dinosaurs 130 million years ago

Blood-sucking insects may have been around for a lot longer than we thought. Newly discovered fossils show that bugs have been feeding on blood since the height of the dinosaur era.

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The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Verona resident holds on to 165 million year old dinosaur fossil

One hundred million years ago, the landscape of what is now Essex County looked vastly different than today, with exotic and now extinct creatures roaming around and no sign of humans.

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Related Topix: Verona, NJ, Science, Paleontology, Essex County, NJ, Montclair State University, Sussex County, NJ

CBC News

Dinosaurs of a feather? New fossil dispels idea that most were scaly

Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus, seen in this artist's reconstruction, was a turkey-sized plant-eating dinosaur that lived about 160 million years ago.

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The Jersey Journal

Preview of 'Walking With Dinosaurs' at Liberty Science Center

The children and parents gathered inside the Liberty Science Center on Saturday began their rhythmic chant softly, but it grew louder quickly.

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