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  1. Did dark matter kill the dinosaurs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Science

    Every so often, the fossil record shows, ecological disasters wipe large numbers of species off the face of Earth. These mass extinctions occur roughly every 26 million to 30 million years-about the same interval at which our solar system passes through the plane of the Milky Way.


  2. At Toy Fair 2015, fun for kids of all agesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | The Columbian

    ... ) Spin Master's Zoomer Dino won the overall toy of the year award at the fair. You can train the remote-controlled dinosaur to follow you, dance, chase and roar. He rolls along on two ball-like legs using proprietary balance technology. ( ...


  3. Link About It: Dinosaurs Were TrippingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Cool Hunting

    Researchers from Oregon State University working in Myanmar have discovered grass trapped in 100-million-year-old amber; attached to it was a growth which they found to be "quite similar to the modern-day ergot fungus." Evidently, this ergot fungus is known to cause hallucinations which means sauropod dinosaurs were potentially tripping all the time-though "it is unclear whether massive sauropods could have consumed enough of the fungus to trip major balls."


  4. Could the mysterious force that killed the dinosaurs be about to strike again?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Metro UK News

    A scientist has fingered a new culprit for the annihilation of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago - and warned that the mysterious force might be about to strike again. In a paper published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Michael Rampino suggests that the dinosaurs might have been wiped out by mysterious, invisible 'dark matter'.


  5. Huge Stuff This Weekend! Here's What's UpRead the original story

    Friday Feb 20 | Soft Rock 98.9....The Valley's Soft Rock Station

    Try the Science Museum's Discovery Center in Fresno, where it's hands-on botany, electricity and dinosaurs. In Visalia, at the Imagine U Children's Museum, your kid can become a one day paleontologist and dig for fossils.


  6. Discover The Dinosaurs: FREE Tickets While Supplies LastRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | CBS Local

    ... the Dino Dig. Enjoy the exhibit plus the Dino Den, Dino Theater, Dino Coloring Station, Scavenger Hunt, Unlimited Dinosaur Rides, Mini Gold, and inflatables! How to get your FREE tickets from CBS 62: Visit our CBS 62 Studios in Southfield to claim ...


  7. Thanks to evolution, sea creatures have kept getting bigger and biggerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | The Washington Post

    ... are another great example: Scientists now believe that birds, the surviving descendants of a select lucky few dinosaur species, are around because they shrank faster than their compatriots, allowing them to seek out new resources and habitats. It ...


  8. Ichthyosaurs had a taste for squid! Forgotten museum fossil found...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Daily Mail

    'She fed him, she gave him money': Bizarre twist in road rage shooting of mother as it's revealed she KNEW the pot-obsessed suspect now arrested for her murder - and he lived a block away Parks and Recreation writer, 30, found dead from apparent drug overdose just hours after saying he was clean and sober Obama had a white mother so I wasn't being racist: Rudy Giuliani's bizarre defense after being condemned for saying the President 'doesn't love America' Revealed: US and UK spies hacked SIM card maker to steal codes that allowed them to eavesdrop on mobile phones worldwide, according to bombshell Ed Snowden leak 'Siberian Express' arctic blast kills at least seven across Eastern U.S. as record deadly freeze sets in and brings temps of 1F to NYC Tragedy as boy, three, dressed only in a T-shirt, diaper freeze to death after wandering away from grandmother's in -2F weather Now that's a ... (more)


  9. 'Plastic fossil' gathering dust in museum is actually...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Mirror.co.uk

    With contents of the animal's last meal still visible in the stomach, the Doncaster gem has also been named the world's most complete fossil of its kind. A 'plastic replica' dinosaur fossil sat gathering dust in a museum for 30 years is actually a genuine 189 million-year-old relic, according to an expert.


  10. Bored with half term? 7 places to take the childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | This is Gloucestershire

    ... ave been filmed 6. Museum in the Park - half term activities are taking place all weekend. Interactive exhibits and dinosaur bones are among the displays


  11. What makes feathers so freaking awesomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | RedOrbit

    ... evolve feathers about 150 million years ago. The idea has taken some time to take root, in part because most early dinosaur fossils lacked accompanying evidence of feathers. A lack of feathers in the fossil record was not necessarily an indication ...


  12. Sea monsters to swim into Alamogordo next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Alamogordo Daily News

    ... Adventure" will be returning to the Clyde W. Tombaugh Dome Theater March 1. This film features marine lizards and dinosaur, from the giraffe-necked Styxosaurus, the 20-foot "bulldog" fish Xiphactinus to the T-Rex of the ocean the 40-foot Tylosaurus. ...


  13. What happened to the dinosaurs? Find out by attending free lecture.Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 12 | University of Florida News

    The Florida Museum of Natural History will host a free presentation with paleontologist Timothy Rowe at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 16 as part of the 2014-2015 Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholars Program. Rowe will present a lecture titled "What Happened to the Dinosaurs?" at Powell Hall, 3215 Hull Road, on the UF campus.


  14. Invasion Of The "Croctails"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | New Haven Independent

    The New Haven Independent's retro logo, a nod to the days when men wore fedoras and all the newspapers were hard copy only, was drawn in only a few minutes - but with a slight twist. A long snout protruding from under the fedora's brim and a serrated, reptilian tail blending in with the lightning bolts were clues to the drawing's creator.


  15. St. Mary's Students Discover DinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Patch.com

    Our Preschool classes spent the month of January discovering dinosaurs - painting murals, digging for fossils and erupting volcanoes! February begins the alphabet unit for the four year olds and the 5 senses for the three year olds.


  16. Crocodiles Just Wanna Have Fun: PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Criminal Report Daily

    Since play is associated with intelligence, the findings, published in the latest issue of the journal Animal Behavior and Cognition, suggest that crocodiles are smarter and much more social than previously thought. Author Vladimir Dinets of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, believes that croc "courtship might involve elements of play that are often difficult to recognize as such.


  17. Brian J. Ford's Aquatic Dinosaurs Claim Holds No WaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | Scientific American

    ... the presence of dorsal sails in some species as evidence for aquatic habits. Finally, he noted that the presence of dinosaur tracks on tidal muds, lakeside sediments and so on surely show how these animals had actually been walking on submerged ...


  18. Almost the end for Kenya's northern white rhinoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Mail & Guardian

    With just five left on earth, the animal's end is inevitable, and experts argue whether it's viable to give the species a resurgence in captivity. A northern white rhino named Fatu, who was born in a zoo, is among the last of the species left on the planet.


  19. 23 safety lessons the Jurassic World management should learn from the original movieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Hampshire Chronicle

    ... park's power grid on the other side of a forest that may be filled with velociraptors. 22. Give visitors a basic dinosaur safety orientation. You know: "The T-rex senses movement", "There's always another velociraptor behind the first one", "That ...


  20. Amber fossil links earliest grasses, dinosaurs and fungus used to produce LSDRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Medical News Today

    ... recently provided the hallucinogenic drug LSD. And if they already seemed a little scary, imagine a huge sauropod dinosaur that just ate a large portion of this psychotropic fungus, which in other animal species can cause anything from ...