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Massimo Luciani 5h
The study of the pelvis of a Rudapithecus hungaricus offers clues to the evolution of the bipedal posture
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Publications MNHN 🐝 Sep 13
: A new Jurassic lizard from China ! By : Liping DONG, Yuan WANG, Lijie MOU, Guoze ZHANG & Susan E. EVANS
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Creative-Beast 22h
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GeologyNotes Sep 11
BBC News - Cambridge museum's 150-tonne rock collection moves to new home
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Liam Elward Paleoart 20h
Probably the best idea I've ever had... stay tuned as I make this into something "merch-able" & paint the most toned Eohippus you've ever seen 👑👑👑🏁🐎💨
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Florian Huber 6h
Nice keynote with more domain science focus by on in .
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Jeremy Wiles 13h
Being a nerd takes me to strange places sometimes. My latest dive into Reddit brought me here. Is this a legitimate thing that people believe? I’m not sure if they do or if this is some elaborate jab at .
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Braden Sep 15
That was awesome! Great job. So much to talk about. First things first, NO PRONATED WRISTS in the allosaurus! This has me very excited to see what’s to come.
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Thomas Cullen Sep 16
A few of the sightings we had during fieldwork last month in Northern BC. Porcupines, caribou, wolves...lots of activity up there!
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Creative-Beast Sep 15
Getting some new prototypes finished up for the big day. Protoceratops is ready for his close-up now, but he won't be fully shown off until the Kickstarter on Tuesday!
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Lindsay Zanno 13h
Hi friends! Tomorrow from 11-1 we will saw open the ~5,000lb jacket protecting our new Tricerarops skull live outside ! We’ll have touchable fossils, real T. rex teeth and trike bits, and 3D models. Come and visit us and learn about and !
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Alex Hastings Sep 14
Ready for this conference to kick off here in Dickinson, ND! This will be a fun focus on of the region hosted by the Badlands Dinosaur Museum, and will be representing Minnesota and it’s collections. Looking forward to it!
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Craig Drebit Sep 15
At what time of day did the Chicxulub Asteroid hit? 🤔 When is the exact KT Boundary? 🦖🦕🙈
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Unstoppabull Sep 16
T-Rex walked upright. Change my mind.
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Mike Wetherley Sep 14
“...all the fountains of the great deep were broken up and the windows of heaven were opened.” Genesis 7:11 All societies have a Flood story for this is the greatest catastrophe within the memory of humankind and has been passed down over half a million generations.
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international org palaeobotany Sep 15
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Liam Elward Paleoart 2h
Going as "horse-y" as possible. continues...
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Creswell Crags 3h
We asked our Collections Officer (who is an expert in , by the way) what interesting specimens we have in our Comparative Collection. Here's her favourite, a hippo mandible! Do you have any questions for her?
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Personal Growth and Skills Sep 16
Paleontology: Early Vertebrate Evolution University of Alberta
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Nasty Science Pussy Sep 14
= best description of a EVER. (Too bad they didn't officially name it that...)
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