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  1. Bloodsucking insects older than previously thoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | UPI

    Previously, the most ancient evidence of bloodsucking insects was 100 million years old.


  2. Stolen dinosaur replica to be returned to Raleigh museum MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | WRAL.com

    - A dinosaur replica stolen from an exhibit at a downtown Raleigh museum on July 16 will be returned to its home on Monday, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences officials announced Friday. The polymer resin model of an Edmontosaurus ... 1 comment

  3. Has the sixth mass extinction on Earth already started Researchers ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Daily Mail

    The planet's current biodiversity, the product of 3.5 billion years of evolutionary trial and error, is the highest in the history of life.


  4. World History Museum Butterfly Pavilion Washington DCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | CNN

    The World History Museum in Washington DC not only contains dinosaurs, mummies,The Hope Diamond and moon rocks to name a few, it also features the Live Butterfly Pavilion.


  5. Top stories: Disappearing ground water, a boost for NSF, and the earliest dinosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Science

    Scientists and Brazil's government disagree about whether the isolated Amazon tribespeople who came down with flu after making contact with the outside world last month received adequate medical treatment.


  6. Jurassic Quest dinosaurs stomp into Comcast Arena this weekendRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 24 | HeraldNet

    The folks at Comcast Arena in Everett have a suggestion: Jurassic Quest, a dinosaur adventure for the entire family, is coming to town for a weekend visit Saturday and Sunday.


  7. Earth Is In The Early Days Of A New Mass-Extinction Event, Researchers WarnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Switched

    Remember the mass-extinction event that wiped out the dinosaurs? Earth is apparently on the verge of another great biological extinction, and humans are solely to blame.


  8. Tracking and combatting our current mass extinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Ars Technica

    Enlarge / Ecosystem engineer: a giant tortoise native to a different island creates wallows that trap rain water on a dry island in Mauritius.


  9. Mariners' Museum changes the name of Lake Maury | PopcornRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Noting that there is no definitive proof that there isn't a gigantic sea monster lurking below the surface, the board of the Mariners' Museum has formally changed the name of Lake Maury to ... Loch Maury.


  10. Code/red: Amazon ProneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Re/code

    How long are Amazon's shareholders willing to live without profits? Not much longer.


  11. Footprints suggest fearsome tyrannosaurs might have hunted in packs: researchersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | The China Post

    Scientists in western Canada have discovered the fossilized footprints of three tyrannosaurs that suggest these fearsome predators may have hunted in packs.


  12. Scientists warn we are on the brink of the next major mass extinction eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Daily Kos

    Biologists sound the alarm in this latest article via Stanford News Service , warning that 16 to 33 percent of vertebrates are now endangered.


  13. Bloodsuckers fed on dinosaurs 130 million years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | New Scientist

    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. 3 comments

  14. Verona resident holds on to 165 million year old dinosaur fossilRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

    ... with him. During a dig at Montclair State University in the 1970s, Mike McCloskey discovered the footprint of a dinosaur that roamed the planet 165 million years ago. Ever since, McCloskey has kept the fossil with him in his South Prospect Street ...


  15. Trumpeting a dinosaur hornRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | World Magazine

    ... hammered away at sandstone. They were hunting fossils scattered in the Hell Creek Formation, a geological trove for dinosaur bones. They had no power tools-just chisels, muscle, and the excitement of watching a large triceratops horn emerge ...


  16. University fires scientist after dinosaur discovery offers young earth evidenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | World Magazine

    ... the structural biochemistry of cells and tissues. His findings mirrored other recent discoveries of soft tissue in dinosaur bones. Two weeks later, CSUN fired Armitage, claiming his contract was temporary and the school lacked funding to continue ...


  17. Siberian Discovery Suggests Almost All Dinosaurs Were FeatheredRead the original story

    Friday Jul 25 | Slashdot

    ... with feathers . This conclusion was drawn after the discovery of fossils belonging to a 1.5-meter-long, two-legged dinosaur called Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus . "The fossils, which included six skulls and many more bones, greatly broaden the number ...


  18. End of the world predicted by scientists who warn Earth's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | Mirror.co.uk

    In a new review of scientific literature and analysis of data published in Science , an international team of scientists warn the loss of such animals could trigger the planet's sixth mass biological extinction event.


  19. Success All About Skills, MindsetRead the original story

    Friday Jul 25 | Hispanic Business

    BUSINESS organisations emerge, grow and most of them eventually disappear for good.


  20. Dinosaurs of a feather? New fossil dispels idea that most were scalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | CBC News

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