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BGS Continuing Ed - February 28th

The next Buffalo Geological Society Continuing Education Forum will be held on February 28th at the Sweet Home Masonic Hall in Amherst. Breakfast will be served at 8:30am and the program begins at 9:45am. 64 more words


Predators, Dreams, and Extinctions — chasing sabretooths

From one of my favorite blogs, prehistoric cats and beautiful illustrations from paleo-artist Mauricio Antón. I love his work and this piece in particular has an important and timely message! 227 more words

Big Cats

Fossil Hunting In The River

This is Ordovician Streptalasma:

Another common definition from the vernacular Vulgate is, “Horned Coral.”

The year was 1980 and I was living in a roach-infested upstairs firetrap of an apartment in a village near a river. 773 more words


Scroll: What a fossil revolution can tell us about the history of ‘big data’

Scroll: What a fossil revolution can tell us about the history of ‘big data’. “…far from spending his time climbing dangerous cliffs and digging up dinosaurs, Jack Sepkoski spent most of his career in front of a computer, building what would become the first comprehensive database on the fossil record of life. 70 more words

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Dinosaur’s hung out here Frequently

The dinosaur track preservation sits on 8 acres of preserved land that the Trustees purchased in 1935. People visit the tracks every year, they are amazingly preserved on the banks of the Connecticut River. 432 more words


All about Science!

Happy Friday Pretties🌸

Today I will be discussing science, it’s our favorite subject here at our house. Explaining science to a preschooler is basic, science explains a situation or creates a prediction. 656 more words