Bone and Bones
Brief review of dinosaur studies and perspectives in Brazil. (1/401)Dinosaur research is developing at very high rates around the world resulting in several new discoveries that are improving our understanding of this terrestrial reptilian clade. Except for the last couple years, the studies of Brazilian dinosaurs have not followed this expansive trend, despite the high potential of several dinosaur localities. So far there are only eight described taxa, four in the last year, representing theropod, sauropod, and one possible prosauropod taxa. Except for footprints, there are no records of ornithischian dinosaurs in the country what is at least partially explainable by the lack of continuous vertebrate fossil collecting program in the country. More funding is necessary to improve the research activities in this field. (+info)
Dinosaurs, dragons, and dwarfs: the evolution of maximal body size. (2/401)Among local faunas, the maximum body size and taxonomic affiliation of the top terrestrial vertebrate vary greatly. Does this variation reflect how food requirements differ between trophic levels (herbivores vs. carnivores) and with taxonomic affiliation (mammals and birds vs. reptiles)? We gathered data on the body size and food requirements of the top terrestrial herbivores and carnivores, over the past 65,000 years, from oceanic islands and continents. The body mass of the top species was found to increase with increasing land area, with a slope similar to that of the relation between body mass and home range area, suggesting that maximum body size is determined by the number of home ranges that can fit into a given land area. For a given land area, the body size of the top species decreased in the sequence: ectothermic herbivore > endothermic herbivore > ectothermic carnivore > endothermic carnivore. When we converted body mass to food requirements, the food consumption of a top herbivore was about 8 times that of a top carnivore, in accord with the factor expected from the trophic pyramid. Although top ectotherms were heavier than top endotherms at a given trophic level, lower metabolic rates per gram of body mass in ectotherms resulted in endotherms and ectotherms having the same food consumption. These patterns explain the size of the largest-ever extinct mammal, but the size of the largest dinosaurs exceeds that predicted from land areas and remains unexplained. (+info)
Influence of rotational inertia on turning performance of theropod dinosaurs: clues from humans with increased rotational inertia. (3/401)The turning agility of theropod dinosaurs may have been severely limited by the large rotational inertia of their horizontal trunks and tails. Bodies with mass distributed far from the axis of rotation have much greater rotational inertia than bodies with the same mass distributed close to the axis of rotation. In this study, we increased the rotational inertia about the vertical axis of human subjects 9.2-fold, to match our estimate for theropods the size of humans, and measured the ability of the subjects to turn. To determine the effect of the increased rotational inertia on maximum turning capability, five subjects jumped vertically while attempting to rotate as far as possible about their vertical axis. This test resulted in a decrease in the average angle turned to 20 % of the control value. We also tested the ability of nine subjects to run as rapidly as possible through a tight slalom course of six 90 degrees turns. When the subjects ran with the 9.2-fold greater rotational inertia, the average velocity through the course decreased to 77% of the control velocity. When the subjects ran the same course but were constrained as to where they placed their feet, the average velocity through the course decreased to 65 % of the control velocity. These results are consistent with the hypothesis that rotational inertia may have limited the turning performance of theropods. They also indicate that the effect of rotational inertia on turning performance is dependent on the type of turning behavior. Characters such as retroverted pubes, reduced tail length, decreased body size, pneumatic vertebrae and the absence of teeth reduced rotational inertia in derived theropods and probably, therefore, improved their turning agility. To reduce rotational inertia, theropods may have run with an arched back and tail, an S-curved neck and forelimbs held backwards against the body. (+info)
An analysis of dinosaurian biogeography: evidence for the existence of vicariance and dispersal patterns caused by geological events. (4/401)As the supercontinent Pangaea fragmented during the Mesozoic era, dinosaur faunas were divided into isolated populations living on separate continents. It has been predicted, therefore, that dinosaur distributions should display a branching ('vicariance') pattern that corresponds with the sequence and timing of continental break-up. Several recent studies, however, minimize the importance of plate tectonics and instead suggest that dispersal and regional extinction were the main controls on dinosaur biogeography. Here, in order to test the vicariance hypothesis, we apply a cladistic biogeographical method to a large dataset on dinosaur relationships and distributions. We also introduce a methodological refinement termed 'time-slicing', which is shown to be a key step in the detection of ancient biogeographical patterns. These analyses reveal biogeographical patterns that closely correlate with palaeogeography. The results provide the first statistically robust evidence that, from Middle Jurassic to mid-Cretaceous times, tectonic events had a major role in determining where and when particular dinosaur groups flourished. The fact that evolutionary trees for extinct organisms preserve such distribution patterns opens up a new and fruitful direction for palaeobiogeographical research. (+info)
Ascent of dinosaurs linked to an iridium anomaly at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. (5/401)Analysis of tetrapod footprints and skeletal material from more than 70 localities in eastern North America shows that large theropod dinosaurs appeared less than 10,000 years after the Triassic-Jurassic boundary and less than 30,000 years after the last Triassic taxa, synchronous with a terrestrial mass extinction. This extraordinary turnover is associated with an iridium anomaly (up to 285 parts per trillion, with an average maximum of 141 parts per trillion) and a fern spore spike, suggesting that a bolide impact was the cause. Eastern North American dinosaurian diversity reached a stable maximum less than 100,000 years after the boundary, marking the establishment of dinosaur-dominated communities that prevailed for the next 135 million years. (+info)
A genus-level supertree of the Dinosauria. (6/401)One of the ultimate aims of systematics is the reconstruction of the tree of life. This is a huge undertaking that is inhibited by the existence of a computational limit to the inclusiveness of phylogenetic analyses. Supertree methods have been developed to overcome, or at least to go around this problem by combining smaller, partially overlapping cladograms. Here, we present a very inclusive generic-level supertree of Dinosauria (covering a total of 277 genera), which is remarkably well resolved and provides some clarity in many contentious areas of dinosaur systematics. (+info)
A theropod tooth from the Late Triassic of southern Africa. (7/401)An isolated, large recurved and finely serrated tooth found associated with the prosauropod Euskelosaurus fron the Late Triassic part of the Elliot Formation is described here. It is compared to the Triassic thecodonts and carnivorous dinosaurs and its possible affinity is discussed. The tooth possibly belongs to a basal theropod and shows some features similar to the allosauroids. This tooth is of significance, as dinosaur remains except for some footprints and trackways, are poorly known in the Late Triassic horizons of southern Africa. (+info)
Recreating a functional ancestral archosaur visual pigment. (8/401)The ancestors of the archosaurs, a major branch of the diapsid reptiles, originated more than 240 MYA near the dawn of the Triassic Period. We used maximum likelihood phylogenetic ancestral reconstruction methods and explored different models of evolution for inferring the amino acid sequence of a putative ancestral archosaur visual pigment. Three different types of maximum likelihood models were used: nucleotide-based, amino acid-based, and codon-based models. Where possible, within each type of model, likelihood ratio tests were used to determine which model best fit the data. Ancestral reconstructions of the ancestral archosaur node using the best-fitting models of each type were found to be in agreement, except for three amino acid residues at which one reconstruction differed from the other two. To determine if these ancestral pigments would be functionally active, the corresponding genes were chemically synthesized and then expressed in a mammalian cell line in tissue culture. The expressed artificial genes were all found to bind to 11-cis-retinal to yield stable photoactive pigments with lambda(max) values of about 508 nm, which is slightly redshifted relative to that of extant vertebrate pigments. The ancestral archosaur pigments also activated the retinal G protein transducin, as measured in a fluorescence assay. Our results show that ancestral genes from ancient organisms can be reconstructed de novo and tested for function using a combination of phylogenetic and biochemical methods. (+info)
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Dinosaurs: Myths & Reality
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Dinosaurs (short story)
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Dinosaurs! (1990 anthology)
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Dinosaurs in Love
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Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs
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Dinosaurs of Romania
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Walking with Dinosaurs
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Cadillacs and Dinosaurs
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Field Station: Dinosaurs
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Age of Dinosaurs
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Crystal Palace Dinosaurs
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Dinosaurs (TV series)
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Outline of dinosaurs
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Mountain of Dinosaurs
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Birds: Living Dinosaurs | AMNH
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Special Theme: Dinosaurs | Education World
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Dinosaurs - Apologetics Press
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Dinosaurs to take over the Seashore Trolley Museum
... a Dino Egg Hunt and a museum-wide scavenger hunt as well as educational dinosaur events. ... Enjoy fun dinosaur activities for youth of all ages back at the museums Visitors Center and main campus, including a Dino Big ... 2D Dinosaurs will be hidden in the woods along the railway; see if you can spot them as the trolley goes by ... This article originally appeared on Portsmouth Herald: Dinosaurs to take over the Seashore Trolley Museum ...
A Little Look at... Dinosaurs | University of Oxford
Stomp and roar around the Museum with us as we spot some of our dinosaur friends. Recommended for children aged 2-5. Drop-in, ... Stomp and roar around the Museum with us as we spot some of our dinosaur friends.. Recommended for children aged 2-5.. Drop-in ... https://oumnh.web.ox.ac.uk/event/a-little-look-at...-dinosaurs-1 ...
Are dinosaurs REALLY birds?
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Predatory Dinosaurs May All Have Had Feathers | Live Science
The dinosaur fossil Sciurumimus albersdoerferi is the first evidence of feathered theropod dinosaurs that were not closely ... "This is a surprising find from the cradle of feathered dinosaur work, the very formation where the first feathered dinosaur ... "Sciurumimus is much more basal within the dinosaur family tree and thus indicates that all predatory dinosaurs had feathers." ... old fossil of the predatory dinosaur Sciurumimus albersdoerferi is the first evidence of feathered theropod dinosaurs that were ...
Will CIOs become dinosaurs? | IT Business Blog
Its hard to believe that it was over 30 years ago the word CIO was first mentioned. And yes during this period, the leadership and value that CIOs contributed to organizations has changed from an operational type management function to strategic and becoming part of senior management. But recently organizations have started to question the
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Paleontologists Discover Fanged, Venomous Dinosaur | Fox News
... saber-toothed dinosaur relatives of velociraptors likely subdued their prey with venom, scientists now suggest. ... The dinosaur Sinornithosaurus (left) might have used venom delivered with its teeth to help it hunt birds. (Robert DePalma) ... The length of the dinosaurs fangs probably allowed it to penetrate the thick layer of feathers on the birds abundantly ... "It wouldnt surprise me at all if it dated back to their common ancestor with the dinosaurs," Burnham said. ...
New dinosaur resurrects a demon from Ghostbusters
... club-tailed dinosaur with a head like a Ghostbusters demon. ... New dinosaur resurrects a demon from Ghostbusters. Found in ... A 75-million-year-old skeleton unearthed in Montana in 2014 reveals a tanklike dinosaur with a spiked club tail and a face that ... DEMON DINO An armored dinosaurs skull suggests that its face resembled that of a demon in Ghostbusters, so the researchers ... The find is the most complete fossil of an ankylosaur, a type of armored dinosaur, found in North America, researchers report ...
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Science Wants to Ruin All Dinosaurs
All dinosaurs had feathers. They are taking our dinosaurs away.. Feathers didnt start with birds. Plumage of various sorts - ... Take any dinosaurs that didnt have teeth.. If scientists continue to find evidence of feathered, lame dinosaurs, eventually we ... I figure if crocodiles dinosaurs forebears were looking down on him from the meaty-walls of dinosaur heaven, they would see ... Dinosaurs are not birds.. Zack Parsons is the author of the novel Liminal States and frequently contributes to The Huffington ...
Melissa & Doug, Dinosaurs, Puzzles - Entertainment Earth
Knights vs. Dinosaurs - Children's Book Council
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Researchers put fake wings on a running ostrich to learn about dinosaurs | CNN
Now, researchers have re-created a necessary step that would have enabled winged dinosaurs - the early ancestors of modern ... Ever since a fossil of the bird-like dinosaur Archaeopteryx was discovered in 1861, scientists have debated the beginning of ... This is an artists impression of dinosaurs on prehistoric mudflat in Scotland, based on varied dinosaur footprints recovered ... This primitive dinosaur had a wide W-shaped jaw and a solid bony crest resembling a humped nose. ...
Tyrannosaurus (Dinosaur Spotter's Guides) by William Lindsay | LibraryThing
Dinosaur Spotters Guides) by William Lindsay. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers ... 567.91Natural sciences and mathematics › Fossils & prehistoric life › Fossil cold-blooded vertebrates › Reptilia › Dinosaurs By ... Scale models in photographic action sequences bring each dinosaur vividly to life on the page so that the reader can follow its ... Scale models in photographic action sequences bring each dinosaur vividly to life on the page so that the reader can follow its ...
Wikijunior:Dinosaurs/Tyrannosaurus - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Wikijunior:Dinosaurs. (Redirected from Wikijunior Dinosaurs/T-Rex). This is the latest reviewed version, checked on 14 May 2023 ... T. rex was among the last of the big dinosaurs. Like all non-bird dinosaurs, T. rex lived in the Mesozoic era. ... Dinosaurs Tyrannosaurus Rex. Stegosaurus. Allosaurus. Apatosaurus. Pterosaurs. Triceratops. Plesiosaur. Ichthyosaur. ... It is known to have fed on other large dinosaurs, such as Edmontosaurus, Anatosaurus, and Triceratops, and probably could have ...
This Talking Dinosaur's Brain Is Powered By IBM's Watson
... the world of talking dinosaurs was restricted to largely forgotten sitcom Dinosaurs and irritating purple pal to preschoolers ... Once upon a time, the world of talking dinosaurs was restricted to largely forgotten sitcom Dinosaurs and irritating purple ... This talking dinosaur has a brain powered by IBMs Watson supercomputer February 16, 2015 - 3:54 pm. ... The company is launching the dinosaur on Kickstarter with pre-orders starting at $99.99 and says the toys best suited for ...
Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt for PC Reviews - Metacritic
Dinosaur Hunt is a first-person hunting simulator where you hunt the largest and most dangerous beasts to ever exist DINOSAUR ... This game is a remaster of the classic dinosaur hunting video game, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter, delivered with a new game ... This game is a remaster of the classic dinosaur hunting video game, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter, delivered with a new game ... Dinosaur Hunt is a first-person hunting simulator where you hunt the largest and most dangerous beasts to ever exist DINOSAURS. ...
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NYC DOC Dinosaurs
The science books tell us that dinosaurs are extinct. But taint necesarily so . . . at least not so for the NYC DOC variety. ... In those days, it was an HONOR to wear the Dinosaur Pin. It was sad that when I got my 20 years in, I could not wear the pin ... "When the City changed the pension system in the 70s and added Tier II, the dinosaurs came in to being to point out those of us ... Above is an image of a green dinosaur pin that appears to have suffered an injury to its long neck. Image courtesy of New York ...
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- The team consisting of Dr. Stephan Lautenschlager and Professor Emily Rayfield from the University of Bristol, Professor Lindsay Zanno from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and North Carolina State University, Dr. Perle Altangerel from the National University of Ulaanbaatar, and Professor Lawrence Witmer from Ohio University employed high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (CT scanning) and digital visualisation techniques to restore a rare dinosaur fossil. (eurekalert.org)
- The fossil skull of Erlikosaurus andrewsi is one-of-a-kind and the most complete and best preserved example known for this group of dinosaurs. (eurekalert.org)
- The 150-million-year-old fossil of the predatory dinosaur Sciurumimus albersdoerferi is the first evidence of feathered theropod dinosaurs that were not closely related to birds. (livescience.com)
- The find is the most complete fossil of an ankylosaur, a type of armored dinosaur, found in North America, researchers report May 10 in Royal Society Open Science . (sciencenews.org)
- Based on the unusually well-preserved fossil of an ancient German theropod, the theory is now gaining acceptance that virtually all dinosaurs possessed feathers. (somethingawful.com)
- They might as well have found a fossil of a dinosaur wearing a party hat and a sequined cape. (somethingawful.com)
- Co-author, Dr. Lindsay Zanno agrees: "Therizinosaurs , with their pot bellies and comically enlarged claws, are arguably the most bizarre theropod dinosaurs. (eurekalert.org)
- As more fossils help fill in gaps in the bird-dinosaur family tree, scientists are reassessing their understanding of the origin of birds and acknowledging that the boundary is blurred between modern birds and their dinosaur ancestors. (amnh.org)
- Fossils of the oldest diplodocoid dinosaur suggest India was a major centre for neosauropod radiation. (bvsalud.org)
- There are roach fossils dating back as far as 350 million years, so they actually pre-date some dinosaurs. (nih.gov)
- When I was a six year old dinosaur freak, I was convinced that a beautifully-preserved, fully articulated Triceratops skeleton lay buried in my grandparents backyard. (nationalgeographic.com)
- It is known to have fed on other large dinosaurs, such as Edmontosaurus , Anatosaurus , and Triceratops , and probably could have swallowed smaller dinosaurs in a single bite. (wikibooks.org)
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- Traditionally, dinosaurs have been depicted as drab and often terrible lizards but recent finds of soft tissues (skin, feathers, etc.) and an increased sense of imagination based on our current vibrant biodiversity has people thinking differently about how they looked and behaved. (kottke.org)
- So Merlin decides to send the knights out on a real adventure to a world filled with the most terrible lizards of all: DINOSAURS! (cbcbooks.org)
- Theropods were dinosaurs with three fingers/toes, they were often carnivores (meat eaters), and they were bipedal (walked on two legs). (apologeticspress.org)
- The fifth section of the exhibition examined the links between dinosaurs and birds, the continued search for more evidence to support this link, and the origin of feathers. (amnh.org)
- In the view of most paleontologists today, birds are living dinosaurs. (amnh.org)
- In other words, the traits that we accept as defining birds -- key skeletal features as well as behaviors including nesting and brooding -- actually arose first in some dinosaurs. (amnh.org)
- The best explanation for the presence of these shared characteristics is that they existed in a common ancestor, from which both dinosaurs and birds are descended. (amnh.org)
- Are dinosaurs REALLY birds? (cosmosmagazine.com)
- Cosmos » Podcast » Are dinosaurs REALLY birds? (cosmosmagazine.com)
- But are dinosaurs really just big, ancient birds? (cosmosmagazine.com)
- Evidence has mounted in recent years that some dinosaurs gained feathers on their way to evolving into birds. (livescience.com)
- All of the feathered predatory dinosaurs known so far represent close relatives of birds," said study team member Oliver Rauhut, of the Bayerische Staatssammlung für Paläontologie und Geologie. (livescience.com)
- The dinosaur Sinornithosaurus (left) might have used venom delivered with its teeth to help it hunt birds. (foxnews.com)
- Plumage of various sorts - from simple fuzz to the complex structures used for flight - adorned dinosaurs first, and was only later inherited by birds. (somethingawful.com)
- The T. Rex stomped around tearing the spines out of lesser dinosaurs, eating skulls and crapping out skeletons, and he ends up packed into a sweltering farm with ten million other birds getting speed-decapitated on a conveyor belt. (somethingawful.com)
- It wouldn't surprise me at all if it dated back to their common ancestor with the dinosaurs," Burnham said. (foxnews.com)
- Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt is a first-person hunting simulator where you hunt the largest and most dangerous beasts to ever exist DINOSAURS. (metacritic.com)
- This game is a remaster of the classic dinosaur hunting video game, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter, delivered with a new game engine, improved graphics, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt is a first-person hunting simulator where you hunt the largest and most dangerous beasts to ever exist DINOSAURS. (metacritic.com)
- This game is a remaster of the classic dinosaur hunting video game, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter, delivered with a new game engine, improved graphics, advanced dinosaur behaviors, and seamless player progression. (metacritic.com)
- Part of a series of books for the dinosaur enthusiast, this fact-packed guide focuses on the tyrannosaurus and details its striking features and daily life. (librarything.com)
- Tyrannosaurus rex , "tyrant lizard king", or T. rex for short, was a dinosaur that lived on Earth about 70 to 65 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period. (wikibooks.org)
- And if a beautifully preserved juvenile dinosaur unearthed in the Jurassic strata of Germany is any indication, it is possible that all dinosaurs bore patches of filamentous feathers. (somethingawful.com)
- For less than the price of two tickets to Dinosaur, the movie, young readers can own any one of three fine books that highlight the work of scientists who study dinosaurs. (educationworld.com)
- Using snake-like fangs, saber-toothed dinosaur relatives of velociraptors likely subdued their prey with venom, scientists now suggest. (foxnews.com)
- Most intriguing, and debated, is the evidence of feathers and featherlike structures on these dinosaurs, as seen throughout this exhibition. (amnh.org)
- Sciurumimus is much more basal within the dinosaur family tree and thus indicates that all predatory dinosaurs had feathers. (livescience.com)
- All dinosaurs had feathers. (somethingawful.com)
- Ornithiscian dinosaurs had similar hip structures, beak-like mouths, and were herbivores (plant eaters). (apologeticspress.org)
- A 75-million-year-old skeleton unearthed in Montana in 2014 reveals a tanklike dinosaur with a spiked club tail and a face that probably looked a lot like its cinematic namesake. (sciencenews.org)
- This narrow-snouted raptor was the fifth and most bird-like dinosaur species ever to be discovered, and lived roughly 125 million years ago in the warm, moist forests of northeastern China during the late Cretaceous. (foxnews.com)
- Use research to unlock new dinosaur species and features, and stay ahead of the game by managing natural disasters and dinosaur diseases that will test your management skills and keep the gameplay fresh and exciting. (google.com)
- Enjoy fun dinosaur activities for youth of all ages back at the museum's Visitors Center and main campus, including a Dino Big Dig, Dino Egg Hunt and a scavenger hunt. (yahoo.com)
- Then, millions of years ago in the Mesozoic era, and in relatively short order, mammals emerged that had retinas with predominantly rod photoreceptors, allowing for them to see at night perhaps to hunt for food while their dinosaur predators were dozing. (nih.gov)
- Science Explained, Evrim Yazgin takes us back to the time of the dinosaurs to get a picture of how these magnificent beasts evolved and what eventually happened to them. (cosmosmagazine.com)
- The Dinosaurs: New Visions of a Lost World are conjured by palaeontologist Michael Benton and palaeoartist Bob Nicholls, showing how advances in technology have changed the way we see these beasts forever. (newscientist.com)
- The skull of T-Rex gave it the most powerful bite of the dinosaurs. (apologeticspress.org)
- I figure if crocodile's dinosaurs forebears were looking down on him from the meaty-walls of dinosaur heaven, they would see him floating around like a log getting ready to bite some noodler's hand off, and they would say, "Heck yeah, bro. (somethingawful.com)
- Dinosaurs Sell: An Education World QuickQuest! (educationworld.com)
- Read Education World reviews of dinosaur-themed books. (educationworld.com)
- The biggest walking reptiles of the pre-Flood world were the dinosaurs . (apologeticspress.org)
- For the science geek in everyone, Live Science offers a fascinating window into the natural and technological world, delivering comprehensive and compelling news and analysis on everything from dinosaur discoveries, archaeological finds and amazing animals to health, innovation and wearable technology. (livescience.com)
- Once upon a time, the world of talking dinosaurs was restricted to largely forgotten sitcom 'Dinosaurs' and irritating purple pal to preschoolers Barney. (thenextweb.com)
- Experience an out of this world hunting experience, as you track down and stalk dinosaurs! (metacritic.com)
- The zookeeper grabs the microphone and tells the children they're about to meet the closest related animal to the dinosaurs. (cosmosmagazine.com)
- The slender dinosaur also had a baby face, the researchers noted, with its eyes proportionately much larger than those of adults. (livescience.com)
- Students work in small groups to research information about dinosaurs and about the time when those huge animals roamed Earth. (educationworld.com)
- You'd also hope that having partnered with IBM, Elemental Path will invest plenty of time in securing the dinosaur from more devious developers. (thenextweb.com)
- The American Museum of Natural History would no doubt be so thrilled with my find that they would put it in their museum and appoint me as curator of their dinosaur hall. (nationalgeographic.com)
- This is a surprising find from the cradle of feathered dinosaur work, the very formation where the first feathered dinosaur Archaeopteryx was collected over 150 years ago," said study team member Mark Norell, chair of the Division of Palaeontology at the American Museum of Natural History. (livescience.com)
- I was really into dinosaurs and spent the summer attending a science day camp at a local college. (nih.gov)
- Since then, parts of even larger carnivorous dinosaurs, such as Spinosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus , have been found. (wikibooks.org)
- Movie studios, TV production companies, book publishers, ad agencies, and toy and game manufacturers are all scrambling to create the ultimate dinosaur blockbuster. (educationworld.com)
- This is a cute book about how dinosaurs handle being sick with a message about being a good little patient. (bookcrossing.com)
- Renowned for their courage, their chivalry, and their ability to fight mythical creatures, the Knights of the Round Table must face their most dangerous opponents yet-DINOSAURS! (cbcbooks.org)
- The Spotter's fact file gives up-to-the-minute listings of dinosaur exhibits worldwide. (librarything.com)
- The focus of the study was the skull of Erlikosaurus andrewsi , a 3-4m (10-13ft) large herbivorous dinosaur called a therizinosaur, which lived more than 90 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period in what is now Mongolia. (eurekalert.org)
- But a new study suggests feathered dinosaurs were more prevalent. (livescience.com)
- Dinosaurs are uglier than regular animals. (mnftiu.cc)
- Instead of using Watson's cognitive computing power to play Jeopardy or analyze Twitter data , CogniToys' dinosaur taps into the cloud to power speech recognition and have what its makers claim will be engaging and age-appropriate conversations. (thenextweb.com)
- Here we emphasize the importance of Gondwanan India in tracing the origin and early evolutionary history of neosauropod dinosaurs . (bvsalud.org)
- Dino Dictionary claims to be the "most complete dinosaur dictionary on the Web. (educationworld.com)
- Strategically place amenities to keep visitors happy, and monitor the health and happiness of your dinosaurs to ensure their well-being. (google.com)
- The story behind the creation of the U.S. Postal Service's dinosaur stamps (1997) offers a nice tool for building listening and sequencing skills. (educationworld.com)
- With endless hours of entertainment, Jurassic Dinosaur is a thrilling mobile game that offers something for everyone, from dinosaur enthusiasts to park management fans. (google.com)
- Welcome to Jurassic Dinosaur, the dino park management game where you can build and expand your very own prehistoric paradise! (google.com)