What was the first discovery of dinosaur remains?
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
It is quite possible that early Cro-Magnon man, dwelling in caves and writing on the walls, had a tool or weapon which was picked up off the ground. That club was likely a hip bone from a smaller dinosaur. Every evolutionary grouping of mankind, from...
What was the first discovery of dinosaur remains?
By: Betty Carew
Dinosaur remains have been found for hundreds and probably thousands of years but what the first discovery of dinosaur remains? There are recognized references to dragon bones being found in Wucheng, Sichuan, China that was written over two thousand years ago. In spite of the...
By: Perry McCarney
Scientist's cannot clone dinosaurs at this time, but the ability to do so is likely to be developed in the near future. To clone a dinosaur of any of the multitude of species categorized under the taxonomic superorder classification of Dinosauria requires an intact specimen...
How are fossils formed?
By: Bozena Hartley
Fossils are the remains of an animal or plant from the past geological eras. There are many different kinds of fossilized materials, like bones, teeth, shells, wood. Then there are trace fossils, like footprints, eggs, nests, animal droppings, leaf impressions, etc.Fossils are at least...
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
It has been purported that we know of less than 1 percent of the animals that roamed this lovely, blue planet from 65 to 250 million years ago. Whether or not dinosaurs could swim seems to be impossible to prove, insofar that dinosaurs were...
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
We can not delve into the history of famous dinosaur fossil hunters without first recognizing Sir Charles Darwin, the man who introduced the world to evolution. He did for dinosaurs what Stephen Hawkins did for space, making it truly respectable, scientifically proven, and fun. Dinosaur...
Famous dinosaur fossil hunters
By: David Thackston
In the world of paleontology and fossil hunting, it is usually the dinosaurs themselves that get all of the attention and rarely is the fossil hunter spotlighted fort heir efforts. The bigger the beast and the wider its bone-crunching jaws, the bigger the headline will...
How are fossils formed?
By: David Thackston
Fossils are essential to our knowledge of the earth's history before humans, and their contribution to our understanding of the planet and the evolution of its wildlife is invaluable. Without the existence of a fossil record, we would know little to nothing about prehistoric life...
By: Morgan Carlson
Finding dinosaur fossils is nothing new in the perspective of history; it's just something that has been understood lately. Before people knew what the bones were and what they belonged to, they were easily misunderstood and became the foundation of early mythological creatures and ancient...
Can scientists clone dinosaurs?
By: David Colello
Scientists in the field of evolutionary developmental biology (evo devo for short) are currently experimenting with gene manipulation that in the future may enable us to recreate dinosaurs. Let me say that again; we may be able to fulfill the childhood dream of millions to...

 

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