Colossal dinosaur bone find in France thrills scientists
Scientists have unearthed a 140-million-year-old thigh bone weighing 400 kg (880 pounds) at the vast Angeac-Charente palaeontological site near Bordeaux, France. Thanks to its remarkably good condition, the femur -- which scientists say probably belonged to a gigantic sauropod -- could help piece together an incomplete set of bones which the latest find resembles.
Mega PSBs: If size alone mattered, then dinosaurs would not have been extinct, says Nilesh Shah
Just size is not enough, to succeed, PSU bank...
Birds may have complex hierarchical societies: Study
The researchers, including those from the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior in Ger...
SwiftKey to soon get an update, may introduce 3D AR-based animal emojis named 'puppets'
It allows users to transfer facial expressions to a panda, cat, dog, owl, or even a dinosaur.
New dinosaur species wore its 'heart' on tail
Scientists have discovered a new dinosaur species in Tanzania with a heart-shaped tail that provides new clues to how ecosystems evolved on the African continent during the Cretaceous period. The dinosaur discovered in Southwestern Tanzania is yet another member of the large, long-necked titanosaur sauropods, said researchers at the Ohio University in the US.
Plastic — candidate for new cockroach
It is pernicious and persistent, and as likely to infest the environss as roaches.
Sleeping under a dinosaur fossil, stepping into a painting: Museums that offer more than just a tour
In 2016, the Art Institute of Chicago recreated Van Gogh’s bedroom and rented it out for $10 a night.
Dinosaurs enjoyed perfume fragrances: Study
New York, Aug 8 (IANS) The compounds behind the perfumes and colognes that you enjoy today have attracted even dinosaurs 65 milion years ago, a new research reveals.
How did bird-like meat-eating dinosaurs lost their fingers?
Johannesburg, Aug 24 (IANS) An international team of paleontologists have found how a meat-eating species of dinosaurs, that share many similarities with birds, lost their fingers.
First tree-dwelling birds went extinct with dinosaurs: Study
The asteroid that killed dinosaurs 66 million years ago, also led to the extinction of the first tree-dwelling birds, finds a study.The asteroid that crashed to Earth with a force one million times more than the largest atomic bomb decimated the planet's forests as well as its canopies.
ETMGS 2018: Dinosaurs will bite the dust in fight with disruptors
India as a theme will continue to deliver, the top guns of financial markets said at ETMGS 2018.
Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service