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Researchers from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas go to Alaska each summer to learn more about dinosaurs and challenge conventional knowledge about the prehistoric animals.
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Visitors who take part in six of the activities over the summer will receive an invitation to a 'Super Six' free tea party celebration at the museum on Saturday, September 20. Following the runaway popularity of a pirate trail over the May half-term, the museum will be alive all summer with Egyptians, dinosaurs and much more to find, count and ... (more)
It was a chilly late November afternoon in 1954. A 34-year-old Ann Elizabeth Hodges was having a nap on a sofa in her Oak Grove home in Albama near Sylacauga.
Because Universal Pictures doesn't have a presentation scheduled at Hall H this year, it's very unlikely that we will be getting the chance to see footage from Jurassic World this week - but that doesn't mean that the gigantic geek fest won't have any dinosaur presence.
The movie "Night at the Museum" with Ben Stiller is being reenacted at the Crocker Art Museum in downtown Sacramento at O street.
Paleontologists have recreated the cranial structure of a 308-million-year-old lizard-like vertebrate that could be the earliest example of a reptile and explain the origin of all vertebrates that belong to reptiles, birds and mammals.
On Friday, Popular Science , the Daily Mail and others reported that the 40-inch "world's longest dinosaur poo" was going up for auction later this month, available to well-heeled scat lovers for an estimated $10,000.
December in moscow, and the temperature drops under 15 degrees below zero. The radiators in the bar have grown cold, so I sit in a thick coat and gloves, drinking vodka while I ponder the fossil birds.
The park itself at Lodmoor is home to more than 1,000 sea creatures including crocodiles, penguins, seals, sharks and green sea turtles.
Paleontologist Michael Habib studies the biomechanics of pterosaurs, the biggest of which - at 550 pounds and with a 34-foot wingspan - were the size of modern-day fighter jets.
Working on steep slopes in conditions that mimic wintertime in Dallas, a team from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science is spending the summer in Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve gathering some dinosaur specimens frozen in time - including a mold of some "dino toes."
Ever since the film "Jurassic Park" came out in 1993, the idea of a theme park filled with the extinct creatures has tantalized our imaginations.
Prehistory came alive last week when a dozen life-size, animatronic dinosaurs stomped through the Barclays Center as part of the "Walking with Dinosaurs" show that ran July 16-20.
It's 1989, and there's good news and bad news. The good news: there's a spectacular meteor shower scheduled to light up the sky.
"Mundosaurio" is the latest exhibit to debut at the converted penitentiary, and after the arrival of the animatronic thunder lizards, the ), the new dinosaur hall boasts one T. rex, one Stegosaurus, and one Triceratops, and because of their robotic skeletons, they actually seem to come to life.
Today marks the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and according to Dr. Alton Dooley, the space program is as important today as it ever has been.
Dawn Reynoso, a graduate assistant in UNLV's Department of Geosciences, examines a marine fossil from the side of a trench.
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