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Jurassic crafts Dinosaur crown or tiara tutorial

Jurassic crafts Dinosaur crown or tiara tutorial

How to find fossils: Lessons from a self-taught dinosaur tracker...Lessons you didn't know you needed but definitely want!

How to find fossils: Lessons from a self-taught dinosaur tracker...Lessons you didn't know you needed but definitely want!
You don't find fossils by digging or drilling into the ground. (In many places, this would be illegal.) So the best way to find a footprint is to look in areas where rocks are exposed. In Maryland, where much of the land is obscured by foliage or paved over with concrete, that means searching in streams.

SUCKER! 10 Historic Dinosaur Hoaxes You Won’t Believe We Fell For

SUCKER! 10 Historic Dinosaur Hoaxes You Won’t Believe We Fell For
We’ve managed to clone a few different animals, so what’s stopping us from going full Jurassic Park and pulling some fossil DNA to make new dinosaurs? In 2014 a news article started making the rounds that claimed that a British (or sometimes Chinese) university had pulled it off. The most widely spread article said that geneticists at Liverpool’s John Moore University had successfully created a baby apatosaurus in an ostrich’s womb who they’d named Spot. 

Rich people are buying up dinosaurs because museums are too poor to get them

Rich people are buying up dinosaurs because museums are too poor to get them
Museums and scientists increasingly lack the funds to buy dinosaur fossils, which can be auctioned off for enormous sums, an article in the scientific journal Nature yesterday (June 1) explains. This particular fossil, excavated in Wyoming between 2013 and 2015, is expected to go for €1.2 million–1.8 million (US$1.4 million–2.1 million).

Jurassic Park's Dinosaurs: How Realistic Were They?

Jurassic Park's Dinosaurs: How Realistic Were They?
On June 11, 1993, Steven Spielberg’s summer blockbuster Jurassic Park opened, enthralling and terrifying moviegoers around the world. But how scien...

Who knew Dinosaurs were such flakes: dinosaurs had dandruff.

Who knew Dinosaurs were such flakes: dinosaurs had dandruff.
Yes, we identified small flakes of the outer layer of the skin from three feathered dinosaurs and a fossil bird from around 125 million years ago. We could see that the fossil cells were jam-packed with fibres of keratin, a tough protein we find in skin, nails and claws.

Dinosaurs Could Barely Use Their Tongues...So I guess french kissing was out of the question.

Dinosaurs Could Barely Use Their Tongues...So I guess french kissing was out of the question.
"Tongues are often overlooked. But, they offer key insights into the lifestyles of extinct animals," said lead author Zhiheng Li in a press statement.

CT scanned dinosaur skull could spur future scientific research.

CT scanned dinosaur skull could spur future scientific research.

The hospital's images were made to create the exhibition's interactive display, but they could spur future scientific research.

“We can see the internal structure, all of the nasal openings, the vein density, how everything is formed in there,” Jabo explained.

The ‘Jurassic World’ effect: How the dinosaur franchise’s overseas dominance signals a new era

The ‘Jurassic World’ effect: How the dinosaur franchise’s overseas dominance signals a new era

But another figure has jumped out to tell a different tale: the film’s foreign box office.

“Fallen Kingdom’s” international numbers have been especially strong since the film opened in a number of territories two weeks ago and began widening since—$560 million strong. That puts it in the stratosphere of 2015’s “Jurassic World,” which crossed the $590 million mark after its second full weekend and then kept on going, all the way to $1 billion.

Where to find dinosaurs in real life: U.S edition

Where to find dinosaurs in real life: U.S edition
Fortunately for us, we don’t have to visit a mythical far away tropical island to see dinosaurs, or evidence of them, anyway. There are plenty of places here in the U.S. to witness evidence of dinosaurs with our own two eyes.

Dinosaur Ridge hosts dinosaurs at Brontos & Brews Festival: This is our kind of party!

Dinosaur Ridge hosts dinosaurs at Brontos & Brews Festival: This is our kind of party!
Dinosaur Ridge momentarily transformed back into the land before time, as tyrannosaurus rexes, iguanodons, triceratopses, velociraptors and at least one parasaurolophus took over the parking lot for a dance party.
As part of its attempt to create a world record for the most people dressed in dinosaur costumes, Dinosaur Ridge hosted about 45 people on June 16 channeling their inner Mesozoic Era-creatures during the Brontos & Brews Festival.