By: John Louie Ramos
About a month ago, on the Spanish island of Minorca, a fossil of a prehistoric giant rabbit was unearthed by a team of paleontologists from the Institut Catala de Palentologia of Barcelona. According to Discovery news, the giant rabbit species, (Nuralagus rex) – dubbed as...
By: Paul Wallis
The dinosaurs were the definitive survivors. They'd brushed off earlier extinction events, various planetary cataclysms, and were at the height of their diversity during the early Cretaceous period. They had characteristics of birds, mammals, and reptiles, and were easily the most efficient and adaptable animals...
By: Jack Merridew
A catastrophic scene: a Tyrannosaur roaring atop a mountain as meteorite fragments explode all around him. Though this scene is both unrealistic and comically dramatic, it raises the question: how did the Great Extinction transpire? WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH Widely successful between the Triassic...
By: Pete Chapman
My twelve year old son; Reid, recently handed me his theory about the extinction of the dinosaurs. It wasn't that original (any kid with access to old EC Sci-Fi comics, reruns of Star Trek or the works of Douglas Adams could have done it just...
By: silvacious
Dinosaurs were marvelous creatures. They still are the subject of many Hollywood films, their form makes up a great deal of your son's or daughter's action figures, and their images are implanted in our minds as though we had personally been the counterparts of the...
By: Kohl Linsberg
Several reasons could have contributed to the death of the dinosaurs but it is often asserted that one event is entirely responsible. This narrow minded thinking has caused us to look for major events that could have caused the extinction practically overnight when it...
By: Angela
How did the dinosaurs become extinct? What happened so long ago to kill the "terrible lizard" a species that once roamed this earth? The answer is that no one knows for sure, but everyone seems to have their own favorite theory.Some of the theories...
What are Trilobites?
By: Geo-Evolution
It is often said in science that the present is the key to the past. Just as this is true for geologic events such as earthquakes and extraterrestrial impacts, the same can be said for biological and ecological processes as well. One such case...
By: Matthew Marlow
What really killed the dinosaurs?Just about every civilization that exists today has a story about a mind boggling flood. The Bible teaches that a flood occurred less than six thousand years ago. This flood covered the entire earth, every mountaintop that existed during that...
Contemporary sightings of the ancient shark Megalodon
By: R.A. Scott
As little as 1.6 million years ago, lived a giant shark with the scientific name Carcharodon megalodon. This shark was as much as 50 feet long and could possibly have weighed as much as 60 tons! This was a huge animal even if some...

 

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