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Don’t you hate it when a package gets lost in the mail? Well, as much as that may be a pain, this is definitely worse than any shipping disaster you’ve likely experienced, unless of course you’ve misplaced a man-eating dinosaur before....
Getting the family together during the school year can be difficult when navigating busy schedules, but as summer approaches, more time can be found to spend together exploring the natural beauty of Texas.
You may remember Dixie the Dinosaur. It was a 50-foot-tall fiberglass statue built along I-80 in Dixon. A helicopter mysteriously removed the 15 thousand pound landmark back in 1998.
Field Station: Dinosaurs in Overpeck Park in Leonia has reopened for the season with the debut of a new attraction.
Scientists sacrifice countless hours and dollars to further their understanding of basically, everything. But it is far from the only sacrifice scientists are willing to make in the name of science.
The Field Museum is getting a huge new house guest, who ...
As more is understood about dinosaurs, for the most part, our perceptions of them have changed...
The low, approaching rumble. The ripples in the water cup. The silence. Then a giant T-Rex emerges from the brush.
A discovery by scientists at the University of Kent has provided significant insight into the overall genome structure of dinosaurs.