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Passed over for an air-conditioned summer internship, Harrison Duran instead braved rattlesnakes in a remote area of North Dakota to help ..read more
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Ever eaten ostrich or alligator? Then you may already know what certain dinosaurs may have tasted like ..read more
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Scientists reported the discovery in Australia of a plant-eating species, 35 years after a miner brought fossils to a museum in Sydney ..read more
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They’ve changed remarkably over millions of years, and at one point may even have been warmblooded ..read more
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A discovery in a fossilized mouse could help scientists work out the true colors of dinosaurs and other creatures from prehistory ..read more
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We may not even be their preferred meal ..read more
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Chinese scientists first thought it was a prehistoric bird, until chipping away at the fossil revealed surprising features ..read more
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Scientists took a creative approach to studying how dinosaurs evolved the flying abilities of modern birds ..read more
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The Indian Army posted photos on Twitter of what they believed were the footprints of a yeti. Social media responded with theories of its ..read more
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“I own this thing,” Alan Detrich recalled telling a museum director. “It is mine. I can do whatever I want ..read more

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