Neatorama Posts Tagged "fossil"
This is What Millions of Years of Head-Butting Will Do...

This animal is Moschops capensis, an ancestor of m...  ...has a particularly thick skull, according to the fossil evidence, which made it look really weird. What w...  ...rotron scanner was used to analyze Moschops skull fossils to see how really thick they were, and where the...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/08/11/This-is-What-Millions-of-Years-of-Head-Butting-Will-Do/
Crocodile Ancestor Was Truly a Nightmare...

In the region of Madagascar, 165 million years ago...  ...ndrongobe sakalavae. The newly-named species left fossils that indicate it was a land predator that ate din...  ...latively long legs. A real monster.The fragmented fossilized remains of the horror-croc (nicknamed ‘Raza...  ...than a decade ago, but...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/07/04/Crocodile-Ancestor-Was-Truly-a-Nightmare/
The Best-Preserved Fossil of Its Kind

In March of 2011, miners using heavy equipment in...  ...berta found a dinosaur. But this was not just any fossil . A nodosaur had been swept out to sea millions ye...  ...rmor, and even individual scales of its skin were fossilized as well as its bones.The remarkable fossil is...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/05/14/The-Best-Preserved-Fossil-of-Its-Kind/
Did This Mysterious Ape-Human Once Live Alongside Our Ancestors?...

Homo naledi was very different from archaic humans...  ...homo family tree? A big step would be to date the fossils . Using several different methods, a team from the...  ...years ago or more. The proposed age range for the fossils also overlaps with the early Middle Stone Age, fu...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/05/09/Did-This-Mysterious-Ape-Human-Once-Live-Alongside-Our-Ancestors/
World's Oldest Bed Bugs...

Got bed bugs? Those pesky insects have been known...  ...millenia (Aristotle even mentioned them), but new fossil records show that the problem went way further ba...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/04/14/Worlds-Oldest-Bed-Bugs/
Sticking Around: The La Brea Tar Pits...

The following article is from the book Uncle John'...  ...uo;residents” are even cooler. World-famous fossils —like the extinct dire wolf, saber-toothed t...  ...posits of late Pleistocene era (the last ice age) fossils in North America. The fossils date from 10,000...

http://www.neatorama.com/2017/03/20/Sticking-Around-The-La-Brea-Tar-Pits/
Feathers and Colors Preserved for 130 Million Years...

This stunning bird fossil was found in China in 2008. The species has been...  ...g, even if you didn't know that its feathers were fossilized , too! But what color were those feathers when the...  ...microscopic proteins that had never been used on fossils before.Scientists stu...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/11/22/Feathers-and-Colors-Preserved-for-130-Million-Years/
Spider Paleontology...

Remember twenty years ago, when we thought dinosaurs were terrifying reptile monsters that we could make movies about? In such a short time, we’ve learned they were feathered, not as cold-blooded as once thought, a...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/10/19/Spider-Paleontology/
Asphalt Lakes And The Secrets in Their Depths...

Instead of water, some lakes are filled with the g...  ...rible way to die, but a fantastic way to preserve fossils .We use the tar itself for paving roads and sealin...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/07/25/Asphalt-Lakes-And-The-Secrets-in-Their-Depths/
The Weirdest Ways Paleontologists Have Found Fossils

(Unrelated photo by Wilson Hui)How did the Urinato...  ...ked down at his target, he realized that it was a fossil . It was an Allosaurus, which he knicknamed Urinat...  ...'s research. But other scientists have also found fossils through unusual encounters. Smithsonian magazine...  ...ien's pre-menstrual meetin...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/07/01/The-Weirdest-Ways-Paleontologists-Have-Found-Fossils/




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