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  1. Just Cause dev's theHunter: Primal launches on Steam Early AccessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Eurogamer

    The dinosaur hunting survival game, from Avalanche subsidiary Expansive Worlds, launches today on Steam as an Early Access title priced A 14.99. You begin the game with limited equipment, and have to explore the island to find more powerful weapons and better clothing.


  2. New Fossil Sheds Light on Mesozoic MammalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | RedOrbit

    Mammals that lived during the time of the dinosaurs are often portrayed as innocuous, small-bodied creatures, scurrying under the feet of the huge reptiles. In reality, this wasn't the case, and a new fossil from Madagascar further underscores this point, revealing fascinating perspectives on the growing diversity of Mesozoic mammals.


  3. Birds lost their teeth some 116 million years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Big News Network.com

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Evolutionary biologists want all the details, all the answers.


  4. Video: Probing the Big Bang of bird evolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Earth & Sky

    A consortium of 200 scientists in 20 countries has release its first results on the origins and diversity of birds. In this past week, as the annual Christmas Bird Count began, what's called the Avian Phylogenomics Consortium - 200 scientists, 80 institutions, 20 countries - began releasing its first results on nothing less than the origins of birds.


  5. Massive Genetic Effort Confirms Bird Songs Related to Human SpeechRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Scientific American

    Songbirds stutter, babble when young, become mute if parts of their brains are damaged, learn how to sing from their elders and can even be "bilingual" - in other words, songbirds' vocalizations share a lot of traits with human speech. However, that similarity goes beyond behavior , researchers have found.


  6. Life On Earth Could Face Mass Extinction In 100 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | International Business Times

    What if someone told you that in a hundred years, life on earth would cease to exist? Imagine a mass extinction to rival that of the dinosaurs being wiped from the planet! That is the future awaiting us all, according to a recent scientific report. The alarming rate at which animal species are dying may only increase with time.


  7. 10 Best Places to Take a Selfie in Metro PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Phoenix New Times

    ... already know why the caged bird sings, now we want to know why you haven't taken a photo with Sui Jianguo's caged dinosaur, formally titled Jurassic Age . Whether you're trying to document is social commentary on Chinese political shifts or you ...


  8. What are the Best Museums to Visit in New York City?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Examiner.com

    ... and is just a short walk away from the infamous T-Rex display. Here you will find the second major hall devoted to dinosaur fossils, and includes the Triceratops and Stegosaurus. Guggenheim Hall of Minerals - On the 1st Floor you will find the Hall ...


  9. Chickens and turkeys closer to dinos than other birdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Earth & Sky

    New research suggests that chickens and turkeys have experienced fewer gross genomic changes than other birds as they evolved from their dinosaur ancestor. New research from the University of Kent suggests that chromosomes of the chicken and turkey lineage have undergone the fewest number of changes compared to their ancient avian ancestor, thought to be a feathered dinosaur.


  10. The Best Science Books We Read in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Wired

    Written by the a man sometimes called the conscience of American medicine, Being Mortal explores the intersection of health and care. By Atul Gawande.


  11. Boiling Dinosaurs Bring Extinction Drama to TV Life: HoelterhoffRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Bloomberg

    Death probably came within an hour as the impact unleashed tsunamis that spilled dinosaur bones far from home.


  12. Alf Museum scientist names oldest a horneda dinosaur from North AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    Alf Museum paleontologist Andy Farke, lead author on the study describing the new herbivorous dinosaur Aquilops, holds its skull next to that of its distant and much larger relative Centrosaurus. CLAREMONT >> A fossil skull small enough to fit in the palm of your hand represents the oldest species of horned dinosaur named from North America.


  13. Archaeologists in Barcelona find dinosaur neck more than five meters longRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | Art Daily

    ... that they are in the same position as when the animal was alive 68 million years ago, an exceptional discovery in dinosaur remains that are found in the Pyrenees, which usually are only isolated and dispersed portions. Angel Galobart, the leader of ...


  14. What really killed the dinosaurs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | NEWS.com.au

    IT'S a mystery that we thought was solved but new research shows that it may have been more than an asteroid that killed the dinosaurs. A DEAL struck by the government and Telstra will see taxpayers spending $11 billion to buy back the copper network the Howard government sold last century.


  15. NMSU researchers collaborate on massive bird genome studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Las Cruces Sun-News

    ... else, what genes make birds different from one another, and how and when various birds evolved from a single dinosaur ancestor," said Peter Houde, biology professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. Houde and Nitish Narula, an NMSU master's ...


  16. Discovery Place cuts admission to $1 for poor familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | The Charlotte Observer

    Ella Robson, 8, left, and her sister Hannah examine the life-size Tyrannosaurus rex sculpture Oct. 2 during a preview of the "Dinosaurs in Motion" exhibit at Discovery Place. Looking to broaden its audience and target an underserved part of the community, Discovery Place plans to announce Monday a program offering low-cost admissions to needy families at its flagship science center uptown and satellite children's museums.


  17. Milwaukee County: Get on board with streetcar, Couture developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    ... spaces. We love to tell a story of our first family picnic in a county park or how many times we have seen the dinosaur exhibit at the public museum. While we have a rich history, our best days aren't behind us, they await us. As a community, we are ...


  18. New family tree for birds spurs ideas on evolutionRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | 590ktie.com

    Scientists have produced a new family tree for nearly all species of birds alive today, drawing on a massive DNA analysis to gain insights into evolutionary history. The tree was built by comparing the complete DNA codes, or genomes, of 48 species as varied as the bald eagle, the common cuckoo, two kinds of penguin, the downy woodpecker and the Anna's hummingbird.


  19. Everhart offers two weeks of free admission for childrenRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | The Times-Tribune

    When accompanied by an adult, children age 12 and younger will be able to visit Everhart Museum free from Dec. 15-29. General admission times include noon to 4 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.


  20. Eagle-face critter found to be America's earliest horned dinosaurRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Arkansas Online

    More than 100 million years ago, when the grasslands of Montana were dotted with redwoods and ferns, there lived a diminutive dinosaur the size of a crow with a face that resembles an eagle.