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The bathtub is no longer safe....

I’ve never been so excited in MY WHOLE LIFE.

It may be a dramatic statement, but I’m a dramatic person who enjoys a good opening line. 213 more words

Are You Shanking Me?!?!

New study traces how dinosaurs evolved from fearsome meat-eaters to delicate hummingbirds

Scientists have mapped how a group of fearsome, massive dinosaurs evolved and shrank to the likes of robins and hummingbirds.

Comparing fossils of 120 different species and 1,500 skeletal features, especially thigh bones, researchers constructed a detailed family tree for the class of two-legged meat-eaters called theropods. 461 more words

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Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, Georgia is great place to go for visit.  You can purchase tickets for the museum, the IMax Theater, or a combo ticket.   650 more words

Buckingham Palace and the Ramayan Connection

Queen Kaushalya, Sumitra and Kaikayee live in Buckingham Palace.

It so happened, a few months back, that as a step towards introducing Dhruv to our Hindu custom and mythology, daddy started telling him the story of Ramayan every night before sleep. 314 more words

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First Days of Utah Expedition 2014

Its only been a few days since we set up camp in Utah and already great things are happening on this year’s expedition.  We began by opening up three of the sites discovered last year, including two of our Late Cretaceous localities in the Mussentuchit Member of the Cedar Mountain Formation: Big Daddy skull site and Suicide Hill, the juvenile… 81 more words

Field Blog

...in which triceratops is covered in quills.

Guys, I learned a little while ago that triceratops probably had quills. Kind of crazy, but pretty cool. Here I tried to articulate a version of triceratops positively covered in quills. 28 more words

Animals

Dino Dig 2014: Days 5-12

On Wednesday morning, Nick, Katie, and I visited the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana. Highly recommend going out of your way to see this museum! 92 more words

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