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October 19, 2014 Weekly Weather and Geology Guess

Greetings from the Bluff Park Back Porch, way up yonder on Shades Mountain (1,109′) in Alabama:

Our guess/guest this week covers the preserved remains or… 580 more words

Dinosaur Dig

This Dinosaur Dig activity is SOO easy to set up and keeps the youngest superheroes entertained for a long time.  Pair it up with some… 335 more words

Dinosaurs

Tooth or False?

I am seeking the scientific tooth…Where and who do I go to prove or disprove these specimens I’ve been collecting are fossils?


Toothy? Or not toothy?..that is my question…

Please help me!

SharkAnon

Ancient 831

THEM BONES: PALEONTOLOGY DEPT - MUSEUM OF NATL HISTORY - BEHIND THE SCENES

PROTOCERATOPS BABY

I’m switching out from my tales of Italy to a couple of special events that I attended in the past week – this post is about a behind the scenes, after hours tour of the Paleontology Department of the New York Museum of Natural History.   1,106 more words

Projects Pending

Mick Jackson is the new writer-in-residence at the Booth Museum, funded by Arts Council England, from September 2014 to August 2015. Throughout the residency he will be running creative writing workshops and conducting his own research. 589 more words

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Dinosaur Eggs

As part of my dinosaur theme, I like to set up a “Dinosaur Dig”.  One of the treasures my Mini-Paleontologists dig for are fossils.  These easy homemade Dinosaur Eggs are a great way for your superheroes to use their problem solving skills to crack them open and discover what’s inside and how to get it out. 308 more words

Dinosaurs

Earliest-known lamprey larva fossils unearthed in Inner Mongolia

Few people devote time to pondering the ancient origins of the eel-like lamprey, yet the evolutionary saga of the bloodsucker holds essential clues to the biological roots of humanity. 675 more words

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