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A new study has identified a potential case of Paget’s disease in the bones of a 298 million year old lizard-like animal. The results come from a study of two fused tail vertebrae recovered from a fossilised cave system in Richards Spur, Oklahoma, USA. 659 more words
New evidence uncovered by researchers at the University of Adelaide suggests the ancient seas in Central Australia were briefly covered by sea water as far back as the Late Jurassic (Image Source: NOVA ScienceNow) 653 more words
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WOW…can I just say WOW !?!? I have never in my life been to a crystal show that is SO massive, it was just unreal! The “main” complex where the show was held was divided between 5 buildings, both inside and out, along with 4 local hotels hosting hundreds of vendors both inside and outside!
Correction: This article previously reported that the Burgess Shale is located in Alberta. It’s located in Yoho National Park in British Columbia.
British Columbia’s famed Burgess Shale has yielded another ground-breaking fossil find — this time the oldest known ancestor of today’s spiders and scorpions. 217 more words