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Gamasutra
pokoko Studio Launches Dino Bash for the App Store and Google Playdeploy aerial attacks, and summon dinosaurs to avoid extinction. A JURASSIC BA
pokoko Studio Launches Dino Bash for the App Store and Google Play
Gamasutra / Posted 2 days ago
deploy aerial attacks, and summon dinosaurs to avoid extinction. A JURASSIC BATTLE FOR THE AGES Unleash an army of T-Rex, Triceratops, Raptors, and more savage dinosaurs and defend your precious egg from hungry, hungry cavemen. AMAZING WAYS TO... Read more
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dna
How birds out-survived mass extinction that wiped out dinosaursWhen the dinosaurs became extinct, may small bird-like dinosaurs disappeared al
How birds out-survived mass extinction that wiped out dinosaurs
dna / Posted 6 days ago
When the dinosaurs became extinct, may small bird-like dinosaurs disappeared along with giants like Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops. Why only some of them survived to become modern-day birds remains a mystery. Researchers suggest that abrupt... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Dinosaurs come to Kingsportby each exhibit. Plus, there's a staged fossil dig for kids to unearth ancient
Dinosaurs come to Kingsport
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 8 days ago
by each exhibit. Plus, there's a staged fossil dig for kids to unearth ancient bones. "There's two different types of triceratops. There's two different types of t-rex, two different types of long necks. An ankylosaurus, stegosaurus, a... Read more
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New Kerala
Seeds saved bird ancestors from extinction - newkerala.com #52920When the dinosaurs became extinct, plenty of small bird-like dinosaurs disappea
Seeds saved bird ancestors from extinction - newkerala.com #52920
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
When the dinosaurs became extinct, plenty of small bird-like dinosaurs disappeared along with giants like Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops. Why only some of them survived to become modern day birds remained a mystery, researchers noted. "The small... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Are seeds the reason birds' ancestors weren't wiped out with the dinosaurs?out the dinosaurs, scientists believe. Small bird-like dinosaurs vanished alon
Are seeds the reason birds' ancestors weren't wiped out with the dinosaurs?
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
out the dinosaurs, scientists believe. Small bird-like dinosaurs vanished along with giants such as Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops after a huge meteor smashed into the Earth 66 million years ago. But some survived the end of the Cretaceous... Read more
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PlayStation Blog
ARK: Survival of the Fittest Coming to PS4 on July 19becomes a thing), where you use your wits, your cunning, a little bit of brute
ARK: Survival of the Fittest Coming to PS4 on July 19
PlayStation Blog / Posted 9 days ago
becomes a thing), where you use your wits, your cunning, a little bit of brute force, a hatchet, an anvil, some arrows, a triceratops, a few guns, an explosive or two, a couple of stegosaurus, a sniper rifle, and — in dire cases — your own poop to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Fossil teeth suggest that seeds saved bird ancestors from extinctionWhen the dinosaurs became extinct, plenty of small bird-like dinosaurs disappea
Fossil teeth suggest that seeds saved bird ancestors from extinction
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
When the dinosaurs became extinct, plenty of small bird-like dinosaurs disappeared along with giants like Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops. Why only some of them survived to become modern-day birds remains a mystery. Now, researchers reporting April 21... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Flying Reptiles Head for SoCalIf you're a kid, and you own a pair of pajamas covered in Triceratops, and the
Flying Reptiles Head for SoCal
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 10 days ago
If you're a kid, and you own a pair of pajamas covered in Triceratops, and the sheets on your bed depict the Tyrannosaurus Rex, and your walls are covered in Stegosauruses, then you likely think nothing is quite as cool as a giant, ancient land... Read more
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iol.co.za
Dinosaurs declining long before asteroid hit - expertsmeat-eating relatives Tyrannosaurus Rex were in a more gradual decline. Another
Dinosaurs declining long before asteroid hit - experts
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
meat-eating relatives Tyrannosaurus Rex were in a more gradual decline. Another group was on the rise however, the triceratops, while one group in decline still lives on in its descendants - today's birds. Dr Sakemoto said: “While the... Read more
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CBS News
New study rewrites history of dinosaur declineT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
New study rewrites history of dinosaur decline
CBS News / Posted 11 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Dinosaurs Were Declining Long Before Asteroid Hit: StudyT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Dinosaurs Were Declining Long Before Asteroid Hit: Study
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 11 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
WWLP Springfield / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
The Seattle Times / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
TribLIVE / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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Deseret News
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
Deseret News / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Red blood cells, collagen fibres found in dinosaur bonessamples included the claw of a meat-eating dinosaur, a few toe bones from a cer
Red blood cells, collagen fibres found in dinosaur bones
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
samples included the claw of a meat-eating dinosaur, a few toe bones from a ceratopsid (a group that included the horned Triceratops) and a duck-billed Hadrosaur, and rib fragments from an unknown species. All the bones are from the Dinosaur... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dinosaurs on road to extinction long before an asteroid strikerex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods.
Dinosaurs on road to extinction long before an asteroid strike
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit
Brandon Sun / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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CTV News
Dinosaurs were dying out 50 million years before asteroid hitT. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropod
Dinosaurs were dying out 50 million years before asteroid hit
CTV News / Posted 12 days ago
T. rex and the immense, long-necked, four-legged plant eaters known as sauropods. In contrast, another familiar dinosaur, triceratops, belonged to a group that was on the rise. The results appear in a paper released Monday by the Proceedings of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Erth to dinosaursat the Bruce Mason Centre, writes Dionne Christian. Dinosaurs come to life in
Erth to dinosaurs
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
at the Bruce Mason Centre, writes Dionne Christian. Dinosaurs come to life in Erth's Dinosaur Zoo. Tyrannosaurus rex, triceratops and stegosaurus: if you've got a pint-sized palaeontologist in your home, chances are you know all of these, but... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Rrowr: Dinos Rule the LA Zooyour local zoo? Oh, probably a few Carnotauruses hanging out near the entrance
Rrowr: Dinos Rule the LA Zoo
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 16 days ago
your local zoo? Oh, probably a few Carnotauruses hanging out near the entrance. Maybe a nursery section full of hatching Triceratops eggs. And possibly a Tyrannosaurus Rex, noshing upon her midday meal over by the picnic area. Zoos weren't... Read more
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Al.com
Donald Trump baffles Internet with 'How's Joe Paterno?' remarkTrump, in Pittsburgh, has already promised to bring back coal, steel, and Joe P
Donald Trump baffles Internet with 'How's Joe Paterno?' remark
Al.com / Posted 17 days ago
Trump, in Pittsburgh, has already promised to bring back coal, steel, and Joe Paterno. Next up: Napoleon, triceratops, PangeaDerek... Read more
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IGN
How I Spent Two Hours in No Man's Sky -- IGN Firstcasting a shadow on a group of human-sized six-legged lizards. Not far from the
How I Spent Two Hours in No Man's Sky -- IGN First
IGN / Posted 17 days ago
casting a shadow on a group of human-sized six-legged lizards. Not far from them, a pair of beasts that look mildly triceratops-like plod forth, indifferent to everything around them. Holding the L2 button, I begin hastily scanning them one... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Back to the Past (A Science Fiction As Per the Request of ReadersDenhound was meat. Then all of a sudden the Tyrannosaurus spoke. "Who are you?
Back to the Past (A Science Fiction As Per the Request of Readers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
Denhound was meat. Then all of a sudden the Tyrannosaurus spoke. "Who are you? I've never seen you before. Are you a Triceratops? Stegosaurus? Diplodocus? Pteranodon? Brontosaurus?" Poor Doctor Denhound was too scared to speak. Had he heard... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
FREE weekend fun in downtown Baton Rouge throughout Aprilthe museum offers free admission. The newest item to join the ranks in the perm
FREE weekend fun in downtown Baton Rouge throughout April
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 28 days ago
the museum offers free admission. The newest item to join the ranks in the permanent displays is a 65-million-year-old Triceratops skull. Click here for more about that exhibit. The second weekend of April is no less impressive. The Baton... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
InterOil updates Papua New Guinea LNG projectThe encouraging appraisal data gathered to date continues to support InterOil’s
InterOil updates Papua New Guinea LNG project
Offshore Magazine / Posted 30 days ago
The encouraging appraisal data gathered to date continues to support InterOil’s confidence in a two-train LNG development. Triceratops-3 was drilled to appraise the Triceratops discovery to the northwest of Triceratops-1 and Triceratops-2 in PRL... Read more

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