By: Essexgirl
I have been a fan of Bryson's travel writing for years, his wit and observational skills make his books interesting and funny. I expected more of the same from him in this book, and in some respects I got it, but generally I found it...
By: Rhonda Nieman
Imagine this: You purchased some land that contains an old quarry somewhere in the back sixty acres or so, and you and some friends decide to jog on over there and be nosy. While you are there you happen across some bones unlike any you...
By: Red Dwyer
Paleontologists place three dinosaurs on the fiercest list. None of them are on the giants list or the popular list. These three middle- and lightweights were the most deadly dinosaurs to roam our planet.1. Megaraptor: Genus named (M. namunhuaiquii) for the Mapuche (Argentinian Indian)...
By: Red Dwyer
If you are a digger, by choice or merely accident, you may find dinosaur bones or fossilized plants. What you do next is important to both you and the fossil.If you find what you think is a fossil, the first thing you should do...
By: Krystle Hernandez
Dinosaurs roamed the earth long before the arrival of human's on this planet; however, their remains continue to be uncovered, typically in the most unexpected areas, to date. If you are fortunate enough to discover dinosaur bones, there are several measures you must take in...
By: Joseph Hazelbaker
The common-law rule of treasure trove likely governs the ownership of valuable discoveries such as dinosaur bones. However, what you "can" do with the bones and what you "ought" do with them are two entirely different issues.LEGAL OWNERSHIPIn most respects, state law governs the...
By: Royce Radcliffe
The most ferocious dinosaur in my mind is undoubtedly the Spinosaurus. It is the largest of all carnivorous dinosaurs, even bigger than the T-Rex. I see other have answered velociraptor but I have to disagree. Were this question worded differently I would understand, but the...
By: Christine Anderson
The National Geographic Magazine is published by the National Geographic Society, which describes itself as a nonprofit scientific and educational association. The magazine is published monthly; and is a unique publication with high standards of writing, photography, and graphics. The 7 X 10 inch size...
By: Rebekah Alexander
When I was in college a couple years ago I read a very interesting book, it had some theories that really made sense to me. The book in titled The Canopied Earth by Dr. Dennis Lindsay.In this book he talks about how the earth...
By: Sean Clarke
In recent times the world has witnessed climate change and natural disasters of gigantic proportions. This is just the beginning of a 10-15 year destructive phase which will increase in intensity. The root cause behind this weird weather patterns and destruction is primarily spiritual.In...

 

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