• Fossilized Skin Of Carnotaurus Finally Reveals What It Really Looked Like

    
 Carnotaurus has seen something of a resurgence in popularity recently. After having bypassed the T-Rex as the primary antagonist of Disney’s animated film Dinosaur in 2000, Carnotaurus kind of faded in the public consciousness. That’s beginning to change. Not only has the Carnotaurus made prominent appearances in popular media like the Jurassic World: Camp […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
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  • Oklahoman Hospital Puts Out Statement To Stop Spread Of Ivermectin Disinformation

    
 It all started with a misleading headline and article from Rolling Stone Magazine, and now a hospital in Oklahoma has had to scramble to get the word out to its community that the hospital is operating normally. Rolling Stone published an article citing Dr. Jason McElyea as its primary source. Dr. McElyea claimed Oklahoman […]
    • by Cliff Naozumi
    • 1 Month ago
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  • Golden Penguin? For The First Time Ever, Photographer Captures Elusive Bird On Camera

    
 Little did Belgian nature photographer Yves Adams know when he set out on a two-month trip to Antarctica that he would be the first to ever take a picture of one of the world’s rarest birds: a yellow penguin. 49-year-old Adams made a brief stop at Salisbury Plain in South Georgia to see a […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 2 Months ago
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  • This Horrifying Fish Is Actually Very Sweet And Affectionate To Humans

    
 As the old saying goes, “never judge a book by its cover”. And the wolffish is living proof of that statement. Despite their creepy-looking faces and menacing teeth that often protrude out of their faces, Atlantic wolffish aren’t actually dangerous and don’t pose a threat to humans. Of course, we didn’t always know that […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 2 Months ago
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  • After 22 Years Apart, Two Circus Elephants Finally Reunite In Emotional Moment Captured On Video

    
 Once thought to be merely wild beasts of burden, the spectrum of emotions available to many animals has become harder to ignore over the years. Two elephants have given us yet another recent example of just how remarkably deep animal emotions, as well as their memories, can run. Of course, there is an old […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 2 Months ago
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  • Pokémon Fossil Tour Highlights Dinosaurs That Inspired The Series

    
 By now everyone knows the Pokémon series was largely inspired by the bug-collecting and battling days of creator Satoshi Tajiri’s childhood days. But it’s often forgotten what an outsized role prehistoric creatures played in the development of the series; after all, evolution itself serves as a primary aspect of Pokémon. With that in mind, […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 6 Months ago
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  • Mom Thinks She Got Tattoo Of Her Son’s Childhood Drawing, Discovers It Wasn’t His

    
 Tattoos are an art form in and of themselves, and some of them carry sentimental value. After a young boy brought a crude drawing home from school, his mother thought it would be sweet to have it forever engraved as a tattoo on her arm to remind her of his childhood after he grows […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 6 Months ago
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  • Wikipedia Co-Founder Says He’s “Not Happy With How It’s Gone”, Calls It “Nothing But Propaganda”

    
 Larry Sanger, co-founder of the most popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia, is not a fan of the site and has become one of its most vocal critics. Last year, Sanger wrote a scathing critique and analysis of how biased Wikipedia articles are, specifically those related to political figures or hot button issues. “Examples have become […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 6 Months ago
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  • World’s First Full-Fledged Godzilla Ride Coming Soon

    
 After decades of delighting (and terrifying) audiences around the world, Godzilla will finally be taking his thrills outside of the cinema and into an amusement park this year. The popular Kaiju will star in his first permanent ride which will launch at Seibuen Amusement Park in Japan. The ride will debut during the park’s […]
    • by Mark Adams
    • 6 Months ago
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  • Life Finds A Way: Prosthetic T-Rex Arms For Chickens Are A Thing Now

    
 Just when you thought it was safe to visit the countryside, chickens started to devolve back into their dinosaur ancestors. … Okay, not really, but you still might see some chickens running around with tiny T-Rex arms. The plastic dino-themed arms were first available as 3D printing files for chicken owners to print out […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 6 Months ago
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