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Dinosaurs
Gators and Guineafowl May Help Us Understand How Dinosaurs Moved
how dinosaurs moved
Dinosaurs
Gators and Guineafowl May Help Us Understand How Dinosaurs Moved
Using x-ray 3D-imaging techniques, researchers are turning to gators and guineafowl to better understand how dinosaurs moved.
February 16, 2021

Using x-ray 3D-imaging techniques, researchers are turning to gators and guineafowl to better understand how dinosaurs moved.

Paleontology
Ice Age Wolf Mummy Discovered Almost 100% Intact
wolf mummy
Paleontology
Ice Age Wolf Mummy Discovered Almost 100% Intact
An almost perfectly preserved wolf mummy discovered in the Canadian tundra is giving researchers a glimpse into the life of an ancient wolf.
January 2, 2021

An almost perfectly preserved wolf mummy discovered in the Canadian tundra is giving researchers a glimpse into the life of an ancient wolf.

Dinosaurs
This Digital Dinosaur Brain Has Some “Quite Surprising” Insights
dinosaur brain
Dinosaurs
This Digital Dinosaur Brain Has Some “Quite Surprising” Insights
The Bristol dinosaur is like a mini-Brontosaurus, a four-legged plant eater. Or so we thought; a new digital dinosaur brain may change what we know about the dino.
December 19, 2020

The Bristol dinosaur is like a mini-Brontosaurus, a four-legged plant eater. Or so we thought; a new digital dinosaur brain may change what we know about the dino.

Genetics
Scientists Find What Looks Like DNA in a Dinosaur Fossil
Dinosaur Fossil
Genetics
Scientists Find What Looks Like DNA in a Dinosaur Fossil
Researchers have found what appears to be DNA in a dinosaur fossil — a discovery that could radically change our understanding of DNA’s ability to survive.
April 22, 2020

Researchers have found what appears to be DNA in a dinosaur fossil — a discovery that could radically change our understanding of DNA’s ability to survive.

Fossil Finds
What Dinosaur Poop Tells Us About Ancient Life
Coprolites and dinosaur poop
Fossil Finds
What Dinosaur Poop Tells Us About Ancient Life
Coprolite, aka dinosaur poop, is giving scientists a surprising glimpse into the world of the dinosaurs. Learn what industry leader Karen Chin has been learning from dino dung.
By Tien Nguyen
October 4, 2019

Coprolite, aka dinosaur poop, is giving scientists a surprising glimpse into the world of the dinosaurs. Learn what industry leader Karen Chin has been learning from dino dung.