• 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 Cretaceous […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 9 Months 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 settlement […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 10 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
    • 10 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 phrase […]
    • by Dan Martin
    • 10 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, the […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Stop Laughing: Science Proves That T-Rex Arms Were No Joke In Real Life

    Among all of the dinosaurs known to man, the Tyrannosaurus Rex (often shortened simply to T-Rex) is undoubtedly the most well-known prehistoric predator on the planet. Travel anywhere in the world and show the locals a line-up of dinosaur faces, and the T-Rex will likely be the most recognizable of the bunch. A lot of […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 1 Year ago
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  • Report: Trump Was ‘On The Verge Of Revealing’ The Existence Of Aliens

    US President Trump is no stranger to galaxies far, far away. Having established a branch of the military that is fully dedicated to defending US assets in space and in light of high-profile official disclosures of declassified UFO sightings under Trump’s watch, there’s been a constant theme involving extraterrestrial life and his administration. But perhaps […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 2 Years ago
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  • Alleged UFO Stops Traffic And Mesmerizes New Jersey Residents

    UFOs have captured the public consciousness like never before, and apparently the ETs have picked up on our renewed interest in them and decided to stop by New Jersey to say hi. At least that’s what crowds of local residents thought on September 14th as they stopped their cars in the middle of traffic, whipped […]
    • by Matt Bennett
    • 2 Years ago
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  • The Average Western IQ Has Dropped By 14 Points In Just A Century, Study Shows

    We finally have confirmation that people are actually getting dumber. At least in Western countries, according to one study. European scientists published their research analyzing records from 1889 to 2004. They concluded that the average IQ of people living in Western nations dropped by an astounding 14.1 points in just little over a century, with […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 2 Years ago
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  • Court Awards Montana Family Ownership Of Dinosaur Fossils Worth Millions

    After years of court battles, a U.S. appeals court has ruled that dinosaur fossils discovered on a Montana ranch belong to the land owners. Remains of a T-rex and triceratops were found on the ranch in 2013, as well as 2006 unearthing of a pair of dueling dinosaurs that died while engaged in battle with […]
    • by Jason Radner
    • 2 Years ago
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