Nicolas Cage dinosaur skull 'may have been stolen.' Leo DiCaprio bid Nicolas Cage up at the auction for the Tyrannosaur skull at the center of a smuggling investigation. Think there's a script in all this drama?
Eagle-eyed teen Kevin Terris spotted the youngest-ever boneheaded dino in Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument after two professional paleontologists walked past it. Proof that kids are paying attention -- sometimes.
One of the embarrassed paleontologists blew off the discovery, stating "he was just in the right place at the right time, looking in the right direction."
We've all done it at some point: chatted about HTML over a cup of coffee. After reading some verse from Laughing Squid's blog, these two skip the small talk and get into Massacres that Matter at 3:45. I don't know what part is weirdest, the spoken HTML or that they don't have arms and necks.
Ever try to draw what a short-attention-span art director wants in real time? This demanding toddler's pen pilot chronicled her love of everything dinosaur at Tiny Art Director.
The Brief: A Crocodile The Critique:
What's he going to do to that bird? Is he going to eat him? That's not
what I want. You have to do it with him killing that bird. Job Status: Rejected Additional Comments: Killing Daddy killing! Can you do it killing him?
Behold “Scrotum humanum”, the very first dinosaur name ever coined.
In 1763, British naturalist Richard Brookes was shown a femur fragment
which he named for the infamous piece of the male genitalia he felt it
Researchers studied the DNA records of 3,700 Austrian blood donors, after finding a higher frequency of a certain lineage in West Tyrol, to
find men who carried a rare Y-chromosome mutation that Otzi also
carried, finding the 19 currently living males.
Alabama Museum of Natural History will have a free National Fossil Day event today, Wednesday, Oct 16 from 4-6 pm.
The University of Montana Paleontology Center invites you to celebrate the 4th annual National Fossil Day. The event kicks off with a lecture
by Dave Trexler, of the Two Medicine Dinosaur Center and is followed by
fossil identifications, movies, tours, activities for kids ~12 &