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Daily Mail
Fossilized remains of a giant SLOTH unearthed in Mexicowill be held at the Paleo Solutions laboratory until the Project is complete, a
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
will be held at the Paleo Solutions laboratory until the Project is complete, at which time it will be transferred to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County or other accredited repository for permanent curation. 'Although it is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Welcome to my place … Londonbe surprised at what you will see. The British Museum in Great Russell Street,
The Irish Times / Posted 12 hours ago
be surprised at what you will see. The British Museum in Great Russell Street, London. Photograph: Getty Images I love the Natural History Museum and the V&A, conveniently across the road from each other and next to the Science Museum. The British... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
‘Frankenstein dinosaur’ enigma solvedand joint first author of a new study on the dinosaur published Wednesday. The
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted yesterday
and joint first author of a new study on the dinosaur published Wednesday. The researchers, from Cambridge and London’s Natural History Museum, analyzed more than 450 anatomical characteristics of early dinosaurs to find the right place for the... Read more
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Newsmax
Chilesaurus, Dinosaur Missing Link, First to Eat Veggies?started to turn away from meat, Paul Barrett, president of the Britain's Palaeo
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
started to turn away from meat, Paul Barrett, president of the Britain's Palaeontographical Society and a researcher at the Natural History Museum, told AFP. Newsweek said researchers have now concluded that the Chilesaurus was likely an early... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Petaluma art show blends ocean science and artMarine Environments from Above and Below.” If all of this sounds like a show o
Petluma360.com / Posted yesterday
Marine Environments from Above and Below.” If all of this sounds like a show one might more likely encounter at the Natural History Museum or at the Monterey Aquarium, that’s a very good thing. And if it sounds a bit too “artsy” for such... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
‘Frankenstein dinosaur’ enigma solvedand joint first author of a new study on the dinosaur published Wednesday. The
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 2 days ago
and joint first author of a new study on the dinosaur published Wednesday. The researchers, from Cambridge and London’s Natural History Museum, analyzed more than 450 anatomical characteristics of early dinosaurs to find the right place for the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Nottingham as a Capital of Culture? 11 reasons why it should be soof Nottingham. “The hall itself underwent a £9 million restoration in 2007, is
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
of Nottingham. “The hall itself underwent a £9 million restoration in 2007, is open for tours, and houses an excellent Natural History Museum, while beyond its walls lies a sprawling deer park, formal gardens (containing Europe’s oldest cast... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Missing link’ in dinosaur evolution foundand carnivores such as the dreaded Tyrannosaurus rex, scientists say. Research
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
and carnivores such as the dreaded Tyrannosaurus rex, scientists say. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the Natural History Museum in the United Kingdom used a comprehensive dataset to analyse over 450 anatomical characteristics of... Read more
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Bolton News
Is this the best school trip EVER?and there are many new species being discovered. And the students helped to col
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
and there are many new species being discovered. And the students helped to collect and pin samples which were sent to the Natural History Museum in London for analysis. A spokesman for the school said: "During the second week of the trip, the... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Missing link’ bolsters bold theory on dino evolutiondinosaur groups,” said co-author Paul Barrett, president of Britain’s Palaeonto
The Borneo Post / Posted 2 days ago
dinosaur groups,” said co-author Paul Barrett, president of Britain’s Palaeontographical Society and a researcher at the Natural History Museum. When first presented to the world in 2015, Chilesaurus — despite its penchant for plants — was... Read more
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asianage
'Missing link' bolsters bold theory on dino evolutiondinosaur groups," said co-author Paul Barrett, president of Britain's Palaeonto
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
dinosaur groups," said co-author Paul Barrett, president of Britain's Palaeontographical Society and a researcher at the Natural History Museum. When first presented to the world in 2015, Chilesaurus -- despite its penchant for plants -- was... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Naturalist David Attenborough earns his wingsthey said in a statement. “Dragonflies in amber are extremely rare,” said Edmu
The Borneo Post / Posted 2 days ago
they said in a statement. “Dragonflies in amber are extremely rare,” said Edmund Jarzembowski, a scientist at the Natural History Museum in London and co-author of the study that describes the insect and officially registered the new... Read more
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SKY News
Freak dinosaur may be the missing linkdinosaurs whose structure was similar to that of a bird. Professor Paul Barret
SKY News / Posted 3 days ago
dinosaurs whose structure was similar to that of a bird. Professor Paul Barrett, one of the scientists from London's Natural History Museum, said: "Chilesaurus is one of the most puzzling and intriguing dinosaurs ever discovered. "Its weird... Read more
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Daily Mail
Chilesaurus may be missing link in dinosaur family treeof a carnivore, but it has flat teeth for grinding up plant matter. Researcher
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
of a carnivore, but it has flat teeth for grinding up plant matter. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the Natural History Museum now suggest Chilesaurus shows how the divide between two major dinosaur groups may have... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Ancient damselfly named in honour of Sir David Attenboroughto the list was Sir David's long-standing interest in dragonflies. Professor E
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
to the list was Sir David's long-standing interest in dragonflies. Professor Edmund Jarzembowski, from London's Natural History Museum - who co-authored a description of the damselfly in the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, said:... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sir David Attenborough has 100-million-old damselfly from Burma named after himthey said in a statement. "Dragonflies in amber are extremely rare," said Edmu
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
they said in a statement. "Dragonflies in amber are extremely rare," said Edmund Jarzembowski, a scientist at the Natural History Museum in London and co-author of the study that describes the insect and officially registered the new... Read more
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The News and Star
Ancient damselfly named in honour of Sir David Attenboroughto the list was Sir David's long-standing interest in dragonflies. Professor E
The News and Star / Posted 3 days ago
to the list was Sir David's long-standing interest in dragonflies. Professor Edmund Jarzembowski, from London's Natural History Museum - who co-authored a description of the damselfly in the Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, said:... Read more
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express
Could this bizarre dinosaur be the 'missing link' between plant and meat eaters?the Chilesaurus could be the ‘missing link’ between plant and meat eaters Rese
express / Posted 3 days ago
the Chilesaurus could be the ‘missing link’ between plant and meat eaters Researchers from Cambridge University and the Natural History Museum analysed more than 450 anatomical characteristics of early dinosaurs and correctly place the creature,... Read more
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International Business Times
Bizarre 'Frankenstein' chilesaurus is the missing link on dinosaur family tree seem to fit in the family tree of dinosaurs." In a study now published in Biol
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
seem to fit in the family tree of dinosaurs." In a study now published in Biology Letters, Baron and colleagues from the Natural History Museum have tried to settle the debate of which group the creature belongs to. Earlier research suggested... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Exploring Chicago's museumslacks a central identity. In trying to be a "catchall" museum, it loses its kic
Chicago Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
lacks a central identity. In trying to be a "catchall" museum, it loses its kick, stuck somewhere between a comprehensive natural history museum and a childrens museum. For inquisitive minds, or visitors... There's plenty of aquatic life to see... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cultural Tourism - Museums Set Target of Rwf400 MillionMasozera told The New Times that features related to environment including livi
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Masozera told The New Times that features related to environment including living animals such as reptiles at Natural History Museum (Kandt House) in Kigali will be relocated to the environment museum in Karongi. He said relocation... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Manchester's Wetherspoons - suprising facts about your local boozerRadical MP John Bright, whose statue is one of the many sculptures it now conta
Manchester Evening News / Posted 5 days ago
Radical MP John Bright, whose statue is one of the many sculptures it now contains. Waterhouse also designed London’s Natural History Museum, as well as Manchester’s Owens College. His use of terracotta and brick in educational buildings is... Read more
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metro
Sex around the world: Inside Iceland's penis museumsheer volume of phalli, most of which are carefully preserved in formaldehyde a
metro / Posted 5 days ago
sheer volume of phalli, most of which are carefully preserved in formaldehyde and displayed in Perspex cases, makes our own Natural History Museum look positively tame. ‘The concept of a museum dedicated to penises, with actual biological... Read more
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TribLIVE
10 awesome places in the world you can see for freePark, Mayo, is devoted to Irish rural traditions such as farming, hunting, fish
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
Park, Mayo, is devoted to Irish rural traditions such as farming, hunting, fishing, crafts, trades and such, while the natural history museum is especially noted for its collection of insects. Learn more: museum.ie GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, SAN... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Evidence of cannibalistic culture found in Cheddar caves A skull cup from Gough's Cave (Picture: The Trustees Of The Natural History M
Weston Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
A skull cup from Gough's Cave (Picture: The Trustees Of The Natural History Museum, London). CANNIBALS carried out the ‘ritualistic’ eating of people in Cheddar in a ‘sophisticated culture’... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Cannibals carved art into human bones, scientists revealinto human bones, scientists reveal The engraved bones which were discovered i
Weston Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
into human bones, scientists reveal The engraved bones which were discovered in Gough's Cave. Picture: The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London 2017. ‘Breakthrough’ findings about cannibalistic burials in Somerset have been made by... Read more
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Reality TV World
'Nastiest' Jurassic crocodile named after Motorhead's Lemmyits time," using its broad snout and large blunt teeth to crush shelled prey in
Reality TV World / Posted 6 days ago
its time," using its broad snout and large blunt teeth to crush shelled prey in a way that Lorna Steel, curator of London's Natural History Museum, believed would have delighted Lemmy. "Although Lemmy passed away at the end of 2015 we'd like to... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Special shades needed to watch solar eclipse, but keep an eye out for fakesneeded to safely watch the celestial event, but according to NASA, a lot of fak
WWLP Springfield / Posted 7 days ago
needed to safely watch the celestial event, but according to NASA, a lot of fakes are being sold in stores and online. The Natural History Museum in Providence got a thousand pairs of safety glasses for museum-goers who are hoping to witness the... Read more
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New York Post
Archaeologists make grisly discovery about cannibalsopen to extract the bone marrow, scientists say. The bone was excavated in 198
New York Post / Posted 8 days ago
open to extract the bone marrow, scientists say. The bone was excavated in 1987 by a team led by paleontologists from the Natural History Museum in London. New analysis has revealed the artifact’s gruesome secrets. Experts describe the radius... Read more
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Daily Mail
The world's largest insect is as long as your armworld's longest insect was a Malaysian 56.7-centimetre-long stick insect discov
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
world's longest insect was a Malaysian 56.7-centimetre-long stick insect discovered in 2008 and now on display in London's Natural History Museum. Tourists look on in shock as a dingy of migrants washes up Trump threatens North Korea with 'fire... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Scientists name prehistoric croc after Lemmy from Motorheadto have ever inhabited the earth" after late Motorhead frontman and British hea
Houston Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
to have ever inhabited the earth" after late Motorhead frontman and British heavy metal icon Lemmy Kilmister. London's Natural History Museum says the fossil of what's now known as Lemmysuchus obtusidens was dug up in England in the early 20th... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Meet the brutally violent prehistoric crocodile named for Motorhead’s Lemmy KilmisterMuch like Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, this crocodile “ain’t no nice guy.” Rec
Bangor Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
Much like Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, this crocodile “ain’t no nice guy.” Recently, scientists at the Natural History Museum in London were studying the fossil of a sea crocodile that terrorized coastal Europe some 164 million years ago, when they... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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News 8000
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
News 8000 / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
KTXS Abilene / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
KECI Missoula / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Crocodile rock: Prehistoric critter named for Motörhead starled by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a preh
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 8 days ago
led by University of Edinburgh paleontologist Michela Johnson found that a prehistoric teleosaur specimen at London's Natural History Museum (NHM) had been misidentified for more than 100 years. After intensive study of the fossil's jaw and... Read more
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Londonist
Things To Do In London For Halloween 2017Takes place at 'a long-forgotten venue in east London'. £30-£45, book ahead, 28
Londonist / Posted 8 days ago
Takes place at 'a long-forgotten venue in east London'. £30-£45, book ahead, 28 October, 7pm-midnightCrime Scene Live at Natural History Museum. Photo: Natural History Museum CRIME SCENE LIVE: At time of writing, there are a few tickets left to... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Ancient Britons were cannibals, says new studyin Somerset, which is now a beauty spot for tourists, have contributed to the n
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
in Somerset, which is now a beauty spot for tourists, have contributed to the notion. The study by Silvia Bello from The Natural History Museum, UK and colleagues suggested that human bones may have been engraved as part of a cannibalistic ritual... Read more
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New Kerala
Prehistoric Britons ate their dead, carved patterns on bones - newkerala news #261839feast on each other, before carving patterns on the bones, according to a recen
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
feast on each other, before carving patterns on the bones, according to a recent study. The study by Silvia Bello from The Natural History Museum, UK and colleagues suggested that human bones may have been engraved as part of a cannibalistic ritual... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Crocodile rock: Ancient beast named after Motörhead band's Lemmyafter Lemmy after he died," said Steel, senior curator for fossils from the cro
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
after Lemmy after he died," said Steel, senior curator for fossils from the croc family, birds and flying reptiles at the Natural History Museum in London. "At that time, late December 2015, I was working with colleagues from Edinburgh University... Read more
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DW
Etched human bones reveal evidence of prehistoric cannibal rituals |an elaborate burial ritual with the remains, scientists said in a paper publish
DW / Posted 9 days ago
an elaborate burial ritual with the remains, scientists said in a paper published on Wednesday. Scientists from Britain's Natural History Museum and University College London analyzed a human forearm bone found at a site called Gough's Cave in... Read more
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Daily Mail
The gruesome practices of ancient cannibals of Somerset revealedfrom the skeleton with a sharp piece of flint. However a study of marks on one
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
from the skeleton with a sharp piece of flint. However a study of marks on one arm bone, led by Dr Silvia Bello at the Natural History Museum, concludes by comparing them to 322 filleting marks on other human and animal remains, as well as... Read more
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Billboard
Prehistoric Crocodile Named After Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmisterto have ever inhabited the earth” after late Motörhead front man and British he
Billboard / Posted 9 days ago
to have ever inhabited the earth” after late Motörhead front man and British heavy metal icon Lemmy Kilmister. London’s Natural History Museum says the fossil of what’s now known as Lemmysuchus obtusidens was dug up in England in the early 20th... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Scientists name prehistoric croc after Lemmy from MotorheadKilmister performing on the Pyramid stage during Glastonbury Music Festival at
Savannah Morning News / Posted 9 days ago
Kilmister performing on the Pyramid stage during Glastonbury Music Festival at Worthy Farm, Glastonbury, England. London’s Natural History Museum announced Aug. 8, 2017, that scientists have named a prehistoric crocodile after Kilmister. (Photo by... Read more
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