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  1. Toxic oceans behind mass extinction 200 mn years ago?Read the original story

    6 min ago | Big News Network.com

    Oxygen-depleted toxic oceans had key role in mass extinction over 200 million years ago when half of the plants, animals and marine lives on the Earth perished, finds a new research. The team from University of Southampton found that a condition called "marine photic zone euxinia" took place in the Panathalassic Ocean - the larger of the two oceans surrounding the supercontinent of Pangaea.

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  2. 18 Easter eggs trails taking place in DorsetRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | Bournemouth Echo

    ... Friday and Easter Sunday. The Easter bunny will be making an appearance, too. Forget Easter eggs, it's all about dinosaur eggs at Dorchester's Dinosaur Museum . The Great Easter Dinosaur Hunt takes place every day between Saturday, March 28 and ...

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  3. 10 things to do over the Easter breakRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | Bournemouth Echo

    ... a A prehistoric performance is coming to the Pavilion Theatre on Monday and Tuesday. Direct from the West End, Dinosaur Zoo brings a whole host of dinosaurs to life during the live show. Tickets cost A 13.50 and 'danger seats' are available for ...

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  4. Toxic oceans behind mass extinction 200 mn years ago?Read the original story

    17 min ago | Newkerala.com

    Oxygen-depleted toxic oceans had key role in mass extinction over 200 million years ago when half of the plants, animals and marine lives on the Earth perished, finds a new research. The team from University of Southampton found that a condition called "marine photic zone euxinia" took place in the Panathalassic Ocean - the larger of the two oceans surrounding the supercontinent of Pangaea.

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  5. Elkins-Randolph County Public Library New MaterialsRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | The Inter-Mountain

    Juvenile fiction: "It's Only Stanley" by Jon Agee , "Rodeo Red" by Maripat Perkins , "Finding Serendipity" by Angelica Banks, "The Mystery of the Golden Key," "Movie Mishaps," "The Haunted Sleepover," "Claim to Fame," "Presumed Missing" and "Out to Lunch," all by Nancy K. Wallace.

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  6. Dinosaur exhibition opens at KelvingroveRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Evening Times

    VISITORS to Kelvingrove Museum are in for a Jurassic style treat with the the cracking opening tomorrow of Hatching the Past - Dinosaur Eggs and Babies. The exhibition offers a rare look at the life of dinosaurs through their eggs, nests and young.

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  7. Mix-up sends Dinosaur Experience stomping to Manukau, not ManakauRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Dominion Post

    ... administrator Annette Lucinsky said the Horowhenua country school was contacted last year by representatives from Dinosaur Experience to see if they would like a school visit at the end of term 1, 2015. Dinosaur Experience is an Auckland-based firm ...

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  8. Proof of Alien Life on Oregon Coast, Portland Appears, Then DisappearsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Beach Connection

    ... at about the same time a flying saucer craft hovered over Seaside, Manzanita, Arch Cape and then over Portland. The dinosaur appeared to be only a holographic projection, materializing just as the same alien craft was spotted over Portland. The ...

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  9. Jurassic Easter egg hunt at the Sherman MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    ... at 11 AM on Saturday, April 4, 2015. One Adult admission to the museum includes entry to all museum exhibits, a 3-D dinosaur movie and the free Easter egg hunt for children. The popular DINO Dig, located in the Kids Corner, will also be available ...

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  10. Tail feathers reveal dinosaurs lovers as well as fighters, U of A researcher saysRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    ... of each animal have characteristics suggestive of romance. "Romeo is the peacock and Juliet is the peahen," said dinosaur paleontologist Scott Persons, a PhD candidate at the university. "When you look closely at their tails, you can see that Romeo ...

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  11. EGGciting EGGStravaganza at the Museum of Science & NatureRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Alaska's ESPN 550 The Zone

    EGGciting EGGStravaganza" Sat 10a-5p AK Museum of Science & Nature The dinosaurs have been hiding their eggs in the strangest places! See if you can find them as you hop through the Museum and participate in a Dino Egg Hunt, Puffin Egg Roll, Penguin Egg Walk and more! Drop-in. $7 adults, $5 seniors/military, $4 kids.

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  12. Earth biochemical balance 'change'Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    IT WAS an 'ordinary day' when this Navy Seal was shot 27 times at close range. Now the former Navy Seal is doing something even more extraordinary.

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  13. Did dinosaur whiskers evolve into feathers?Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | CBC News

    University of Alberta paleontologists Scott Persons and Philip Currie speculate feathers began as whisker-like sensory bristles on dinosaur faces. Scott Persons, PhD candidate at University of Alberta, and Philip Currie, professor and Canada Research Chair in Dinosaur Paleobiology, want to reach back millions of years to the very first feathers.

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  14. Ancient seashell coloration patterns revealed using ultraviolet lightRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... fish Paralycoptera from outcrops at Lai Chi Chong has been described. This fossil represents the first dinosaur-era fish - as well Changes in the biochemical balance of the ocean were a crucial factor in the end-Triassic mass extinction, during ...

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  15. Twists on Easter baskets kids will treasureRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    This year tell the Easter Bunny to hop to it and avoid those same old Easter basket ideas kids have been getting for decades. By filling your children's baskets with personalized surprises, you can make the day extra special.

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  16. Israel will be 'made extinct' if it keeps acting like a...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Times of Israel

    Stepping down after 4 years, Eyal Eisenberg says only those who nimbly adapt can survive; Iran deal would require rethink; Israel would be hit by up to 1,500 rockets a day in future Hezbollah conflict The outgoing head of the army's Home Front Command warned Wednesday that Israel "will be made extinct" if it continues to act like a "dinosaur" in the face-off against its nimbler regional enemies. In an interview with The Times of Israel, he also said an agreement at the close of the nuclear negotiations in Switzerland would require a "very serious situational assessment" and a corresponding decision about "where Israel is headed, for better and for worse."

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  17. Complete camel skeleton unearthed in AustriaRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... fish Paralycoptera from outcrops at Lai Chi Chong has been described. This fossil represents the first dinosaur-era fish - as well The Bacillus cereus bacteria is one of the potential causes of food poisoning. A recent study shows that this ...

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  18. Oxygen-depleted toxic oceans had key role in mass extinction over 200 million years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Science Daily

    Changes in the biochemical balance of the ocean were a crucial factor in the end-Triassic mass extinction, during which half of all plant, animal and marine life on Earth perished, according to new research involving the University of Southampton. The study, published in the upcoming edition of Geology , reveals that a condition called 'marine photic zone euxinia' took place in the Panathalassic Ocean- the larger of the two oceans surrounding the supercontinent of Pangaea.

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  19. Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: April 1Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | D Magazine

    The most important thing you can do in Dallas this month is crack open a book. Everybody who's anybody is going to read the 1968 novel True Grit , and you should join us.

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  20. Egyptian Artifacts Salvaged from Robbed Tomb in IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Live Science

    ... from New York University. Megan spent two years as a reporter on the national desk at NewsCore. She has watched dinosaur auctions, witnessed rocket launches, licked ancient pottery sherds in Cyprus and flown in zero gravity. Follow her on Twitter ...

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