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Trilobites: New Clues to How the Biggest Dinosaurs Got So Big


A fossil found in Argentina that is more than 200 million years old suggests the most giant of dinosaurs existed earlier than paleontologists believed. (Ny Times Science) More More

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Posted on 18 July 2018 | 7:24 am | Google News

Trilobites: New Clues to How the Biggest Dinosaurs Got So Big - (e) Science News (press release)


Trilobites: New Clues to How the Biggest Dinosaurs Got So Big
(e) Science News (press release)
Trilobites: New Clues to How the Biggest Dinosaurs Got So Big. Wednesday, July 11, 2018 - 13:20 in Paleontology & Archaeology. A fossil found in Argentina that is more than 200 million years old suggests the most giant of dinosaurs existed earlier than ...

Posted on 11 July 2018 | 1:23 pm | Google News

New Clues to How the Biggest Dinosaurs Got So Big - New York Times


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New Clues to How the Biggest Dinosaurs Got So Big
New York Times
These long-necked plant eaters were the largest dinosaurs, and they included the mighty 70-ton titanosaurs, as well as the Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus. Paleontologists have long wondered how these lumbering 100-foot-long behemoths got so big.
An early trend towards gigantism in Triassic sauropodomorph dinosaurs | Nature Ecology & EvolutionNature

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Posted on 11 July 2018 | 1:11 pm | Google News

Black Hole Drags Star to Dusty Death - New York Times


New York Times

Black Hole Drags Star to Dusty Death
New York Times
All this happened out of human sight, deep in the dusty heart of a pair of colliding galaxies known collectively as Arp 299, about 150 million light years from here in the constellation Ursa Major. An international team of astronomers, led by Seppo ...

Posted on 14 June 2018 | 1:00 pm | Google News

This Burrowing Clam Is Not Boring. It Uses Acid to Make Its Home. - New York Times


New York Times

This Burrowing Clam Is Not Boring. It Uses Acid to Make Its Home.
New York Times
Richard Hill, a biologist at Michigan State University who is an author on the new paper, and his co-authors wondered whether looking for acid in the seawater wasn't the wrong way to go about it — the acid might only be found on the flat surface where ...

Posted on 14 June 2018 | 10:10 am | Google News

Why It Seems as if Everyone Is Always Angry With You - New York Times


Why It Seems as if Everyone Is Always Angry With You
New York Times
For the rest of us, it may be helpful to know that some people seem to have outsize difficulty with reading neutral faces as neutral, even if they are exceptionally accurate at interpreting other facial expressions. Over the past decade psychologists ...

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