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  1. T. Rex comes alive at the mall this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | WCYB

    Some folks you don't see every day are stopping by a local shopping mall, and you have the opportunity to meet and learn about them. It's T. Rex Planet and it has landed at the Kingsport Town Center for a huge dinosaur display and event, this weekend.


  2. a 9-foot "butcher crocodile" reigned before dinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    ... up in this ecosystem," Zanno said. That could be a sampling artifact or because scientists just haven't found those dinosaur bones, "but as far as we know they weren't there," she added. The absence of predatory dinosaurs may have allowed meat ...


  3. Earth's tectonic plates skitter aboutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Science

    Back when dinosaurs were just starting to skulk, Earth had just one giant land mass, a supercontinent that scientists call Pangea. It broke up about 200 million years ago, and since then its fragments-riding on chunks of crust called tectonic plates-have been gliding, merging, and splitting their way into their present-temporary-positions.


  4. The 'butcher' croc that ruled the world before the dinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Russia Taday

    Scientists in the US have discovered a terrifying land-living crocodile, which lived in what is now North Carolina 230 million years ago. The crocodile, called Carnufex carolinensis, which literally means the Carolina butcher, was a very early member of the crocodile family, but unlike its modern ancestors it was not aquatic, nor a quadruped but prowled around on two legs.


  5. Funny Bands And Comedians Suit Up For Comedy AvengersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Phoenix New Times

    ... going to the Boys and Girls Club of metro Phoenix, he has locked on two primo Phoenix geek bands, Nerdzerker and Dinosaur Love, as well as costumed dad shock punks Fathers Day. "I've always tried to include music with my monthly show, Comedy On ...


  6. How Does BD Wong Look So Young In This Jurassic World Image?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Cinema Blend News

    ... for aging. What we know of the plot of Jurassic World involves the corporation commissioning a new genetic hybrid dinosaur created from the DNA of a T-Rex, Velociraptor, snake, and cuttlefish. We all know that's a terrible idea, but it illustrates ...


  7. Corporate crimes against natureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | The Hill

    Across the country, corporate interests are on the offensive against the laws that protect our natural world. The fossil fuel industry, the wealthiest and most profitable business the Earth has ever seen, pursues a campaign to smear environmental groups as a "billionaires' club" concerned only with money.


  8. Fossil Fighters: Frontier ReleasedRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | GamersHell.com

    Fossil Fighters: Frontier is a game in which players are invited to hop into their vehicles and drive around exotic locations to excavate fossils, which transform into real-life dinosaurs known as Vivosaurs. Players battle their Vivosaur with wild Vivosaurs they encounter on digging adventures.


  9. 5 Ways to Build a DinosaurRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | WSJ Media and Advertising

    At the border between art and science, Tyler Keillor, one of the nation's foremost paleoartists, interprets fossil evidence to create "flesh models" of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. His modeling is often the public's first look at a newly discovered species.


  10. Why Jurassic Park is one of the best action films everRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Polygon

    ... animals before realizing that this isn't a situation he's going to be able to view from a safe distance. It's a dinosaur film that treats them as both animals and existential threats. One of the more interesting aspects of the sequels is that the ...


  11. Eight must-see spring filmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Burlington Times News

    ... sequel will bring even more action and drama as the plot thickens and secrets unfold. Plot: The "Jurassic World" dinosaur theme park is in decline after 10 years, and the park's geneticists create a hybrid dinosaur in hopes of gaining more visitors. ...


  12. Researchers: Giant croc "Carolina Butcher" dominatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | The Virginian-Pilot

    Back before dinosaurs were the big bads of our continent, Carnufex carolinensis ruled the scene. At nine feet long and walking on its hind legs, this croc would have been a fierce predator 230 million years ago.


  13. Meet the 'Carolina Butcher'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | RedOrbit

    It may sound like a mass murderer or a ruthless dictator , but in reality, the creature called the "Carolina Butcher" was actually an ancient, land-dwelling crocodilian ancestor that grew to nine-feet in length. According to Gizmodo , the Carolina Butcher or Carnufex carolinensis lived in the southeastern US during the Late Triassic, more than 230 million years ago.


  14. a 9-foot "butcher crocodile" reigned before dinosaursRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | CBS News

    A life reconstruction of the giant crocodile ancestor (Carnufex carolinensis) that lived some 231 million years ago in what is now North Carolina.


  15. Mystery of Darwin's "Strange Animals" SolvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Scientific American

    ... millions of years. In 2007, US researchers claimed to have sequenced collagen fragments from a 68-million-year-old dinosaur fossil, but the result has proved controversial . Otherwise the oldest protein sequence recovered so far is from a camel that ...


  16. Museum to come alive with wild animalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Townsville Bulletin

    TOWNSVILLE'S Museum of Tropical Queensland is taking a walk on the wild side these Easter school holidays, transforming into a zoo. From the live bird of prey shows featuring owls and hawks, to appearances from their five metre long dinosaur, Dinomite, Mr McLeod said there would be something for everyone.


  17. The Sandbox - Build & Create Your Pixel WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | ZDNet Blogs

    Play God & Create Worlds with Life or Destroy everything within a tap of your finger!Awards Received: BEST OF WORLD-BUILDING GAMES , BEST OF GAMES: HIDDENS GEMS and TOP GAMES IF YOU LIKE MINECRAFT -- UPDATE 1.99981 Ready for a new exploration and action campaign? Control Jones, the new adventurer character, explore ancient temples, brave all the dangers of the Mayan jungle and discover new treasures!Use over 15 new elements to create your own platform mini-games and craft worlds with unique features-- PRESS REVIEWS -- "The Sandbox is a fantastically inventive mobile game that encourages players to create entire worlds and works of art!" Cult Of Mac -- GAME PRESENTATION -- Imagine crafting your own world , playing with Humans, Ninjas, Robots or Zombies, composing your own music and much more! The universe is yours to create or destroy, and the only limit is your imagination! Start from ... (more)


  18. Before Dinosaurs, Carolina Butcher was Top Beast of PreyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    A newly discovered crocodilian ancestor may have filled one of North America's top predator roles before dinosaurs arrived on the continent. Carnufex carolinensis , or the "Carolina Butcher," was a nine-foot-long, land-dwelling crocodylomorph that walked on its hind legs and likely preyed upon smaller inhabitants of North Carolina ecosystems, such as armored reptiles and early mammal relatives.


  19. Big Ancient Land-dwelling Croc Inspired 'Abject Terror'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Voice of America

    ... became well established in North America, such crocs and their cousins filled the large predator roles. While the dinosaur lineage eventually produced the world's largest terrestrial predators, it was the crocs and their cousins that typically were ...


  20. REPEAT/Unearth Extreme Adventure in Fossil Fighters: Frontier for Nintendo 3DSRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Business Wire

    In Fossil Fighters: Frontier, the new portable game launching for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems today, players will discover a 3D world filled with fossils to excavate, prehistoric creatures to revive and primeval battles to conquer. )--Brave explorers of the Fossil Fighters: Frontier game will discover a huge 3D world filled with fossils to excavate, prehistoric creatures to revive and primeval battles to conquer.