• Real ‘Dinosaur Mummy’ Discovered With Skin Attached

    
 Dinosaur fossils are always exciting discoveries, but stumbling upon a dinosaur body with its skin and innards still intact is virtually unheard of. Until now. Canadian miners accidentally unearthed the well-preserved remains of a nodosaur at a site nearby Fort McMurray, Canada. The 110-million-year-old nodosaur in question, an armored dinosaur similar to the more […]
    • by Jason Radner
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  • Mysterious ‘Sea Monster’ Remains Finally Receive A Surprising Explanation

    
 Forget The Loch Ness Monster, there’s a new underwater menace from the age of the dinosaurs that is taking the spotlight. Popularized in the 2015 film Jurassic World, the aquatic mosasaurus has captured the hearts and minds of people all over the world. Thought to reach lengths up to 60 feet (18 meters), the […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 1 Year ago
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  • The Will Of Carole Baskin’s Deceased Husband Is A Forgery, Sheriff Says

    
 Carole Baskin, the famous rival of Joe Exotic in Netflix’s Tiger King docuseries, may have forged her deceased husband’s will. In an interview with 10 Tampa Bay, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister confirmed law enforcement has known Don Lewis’ will was a forgery for quite some time. Which does raise further suspicions in the […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Tiger King’s Archnemesis Carole Baskin Is Now The Legal Owner Of His Zoo

    
 While Joe Exotic of Tiger King fame remains jailed in a federal prison serving out a 22-year sentence, his sworn rival Carole Baskins has just been awarded ownership of his old zoo. A federal judge made the ruling on Monday to grant control of Joseph Maldonado-Passage’s, more famously known as Joe Exotic, zoo to […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
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  • LEGO Releases All-New ‘Jurassic World’ Sets For 2020

    
 Life finds a way, and so do toys! LEGO just released four new Jurassic World-themed sets, which include some dinosaurs that had previously been retired. 75942 Velociraptor: Biplane Rescue Mission You can role-play as Owen Grady flying to rescue Sinjin Prescott with this LEGO Jurassic World Velociraptor: Biplane Rescue Mission dinosaur toy playset. Ideal […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 1 Year ago
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  • The Long-Lost Dinosaur Hybrids of ‘Jurassic Park’

    
 Before the hybrid Indominus Rex terrorized theme park attendees and the Indoraptor rampaged around a mansion in Jurassic World and its subsequent follow-up, and even before recent concept art leaks, the Jurassic Park universe had an entirely separate set of genetically modified dinosaur mutants. Introduced in 1998 by toy company Kenner, the Jurassic Park: […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Concept Art For A New Jurassic World Dino Hybrid Has Just Leaked

    
 Each installment of the Jurassic World saga has introduced a new dinosaur along with. First we got the Indominus Rex in Jurassic World, then its successor the Indoraptor in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. But those were both genetically modified carnivores with genomes based on the T-Rex and velociraptor specifically. With the upcoming third installment […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 1 Year ago
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  • The Karen Meme Has Lost All Meaning Due To Misuse

    
 The Karen meme has taken social media by storm for quite a while now. It’s been an effective way of shedding light and humor on a societal trope that required attention. The trope in question had always been difficult to define. It was an elusive enigma that we all interacted with at some point […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Should We Still Believe All Women After The Amy Cooper Incident?

    
 It was a seemingly normal Monday morning in May at the New York Police Department when a call came into dispatch. A frantic woman was on the other line, pleading for help. “There is an African-American man, I am in Central Park, he is recording me and threatened myself and my dog!” she screamed […]
    • by Nina Tseng
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Pteranodons: Would They Actually Eat People? Science May Finally Have The Answer

    
 As long as humans have been able to scribble writings onto tablets made of either stone, paper, or silicone screens, they’ve passed down the same age-old question from generation to generation: “Would pteranodons prey upon and actually eat people if we co-existed?” The inquiry rose to further relevance following the release of Jurassic World […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 1 Year ago
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