Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology

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A remarkable photograph by a friend of the Reef Bay trail waterfalls and petroglyphs on St John, US Virgin Islands. These petroglyphs are all over the Caribbean and are thought to be around 500-1000 years old from the migration of Amerindians of the...
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Allamanda 8 Virgin Islands, U.S. Jan 17 Jan 17 99 comments
Hey friends, may I get some help with my geology homework
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godlessgurl99 1 Canada Jan 17 Jan 17 66 comments
Wisconsin scorpion (only 430 million years old). [sciencemag.org]
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EyesThatSmile 8 FL Jan 16 Jan 16 11 comment
Close physical contact. Youtube
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Fernapple 8 UK Jan 15 Jan 15 11 comment
LINK Face to face with a perfectly preserved dinosaur that looks like it was alive yesterday
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bobwjr 9 DE Jan 13 Jan 13 55 comments
Understanding Climate Change and Ocean Acidification before and using the End Cretaceous Extinction by using calcium isotopes from Mollusc shells. [sciencythoughts.blogspot.com] Debate persists about the causes of the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass ...
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JoeB 4 UK Jan 11 Jan 11 55 comments
A better article about the recent Indonesian cave painting find, with more pictures: [arstechnica.com]
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Allamanda 8 Virgin Islands, U.S. Jan 10 Jan 10 22 comments
Not everyone understands the importance of archeology. :)
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Surfpirate 8 Canada Jan 9 Jan 9 88 comments
Patterns of stone tool use among the earliest herders at Lake Turkana, northern Kenya. [sciencythoughts.blogspot.com] Past societies around the world repeatedly reconfigured their technologies to accommodate the challenges and opportunities of ...
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JoeB 4 UK Jan 4 Jan 4 11 comment
“The Fertile Shore” story of the first people to inhabit the Americas. A new idea which is trying to account for the fact the first people in this continent came long before the conventional ideas stated. Instead of walking over the “land ...
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JackPedigo 9 WA Jan 3 Jan 3 66 comments
Shellfish use at the Oakhurst Period at Klipdrift Cave, South Africa. [sciencythoughts.blogspot.com] Early evidence for the exploitation of Shellfish for subsistence traces back to at least 164 thousand years during the Middle Stone Age in South ...
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JoeB 4 UK Jan 3 Jan 3 22 comments
LINK Tomb of 3 generations of warrior women unearthed in Russia
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bobwjr 9 DE Jan 2 Jan 2 33 comments
Interesting for me as I used to live there (around 1980) but a good explanation of Stone Age classifications etc. also - Knysna, South Africa archaelogy: [knysnamuseums.co.za]
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Allamanda 8 Virgin Islands, U.S. Dec 31, 2019 Dec 31, 2019 55 comments
Amazons of Scythia - [smithsonianmag.com]
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Allamanda 8 Virgin Islands, U.S. Dec 30, 2019 Dec 30, 2019 55 comments
vintagenews.com/2019/07/03/drought-reveals-palace/
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AmmaRE007 7 Canada Dec 30, 2019 Dec 30, 2019 1010 comments
Hi, I'm Doug. I just combined the two groups at someone's request, thank you. I inherited these groups, their creator fled Agnostic because of some bad experience. :( I do love all three topics, and found a cover pic representative of all three. Some...
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Druvius 7 IA Dec 29, 2019 Dec 29, 2019 77 comments
Guangweicaris spinatus: A redescription of an Early Cambrian Fuxianhuiid Arthropod from the Guanshan Biotaod southwest China. [sciencythoughts.blogspot.com] The Early Arthropod Guangweicaris spinatus was described from specimens collected from the ...
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JoeB 4 UK Dec 29, 2019 Dec 29, 2019 33 comments
Asmodochelys parhami: A new species of Ctenochelyid Turtle from the Late Cretaceous of Alabama and Mississippi. [sciencythoughts.blogspot.com] Sea Turtles, Chelonioidea, are the most ancient group of living Marine Tetrapods, with s fossil record ...
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JoeB 4 UK Dec 26, 2019 Dec 26, 2019 22 comments
Fossils of baby herbivorous dinosaurs found in Australia. Pointing to the ability for dinosaurs to exist in cooler, circumpolar climes. Besides the adults were small enough to fit in your hand. How cute!!! Lol "scientists can’t be sure which...
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t1nick 8 NM Dec 23, 2019 Dec 23, 2019 11 comment
340 million year old tetrapod from the Carboniferous Era found in Great Britain. [sci-news.com]
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t1nick 8 NM Dec 22, 2019 Dec 22, 2019 00 comments
and in NY - [theguardian.com] BTW does anyone think this group would do well combined with Archaeology and Anthropology?
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Allamanda 8 Virgin Islands, U.S. Dec 20, 2019 Dec 20, 2019 55 comments
on the beach! [uk.news.yahoo.com]
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Allamanda 8 Virgin Islands, U.S. Dec 19, 2019 Dec 19, 2019 11 comment
Probably you've all seen this? [globalnews.ca]
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Allamanda 8 Virgin Islands, U.S. Oct 12, 2019 Oct 12, 2019 44 comments
The Cambrian Explosion Wasn't Necessarily So Explosive [theatlantic.com]
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MojoDave 9 FL Aug 4, 2019 Aug 4, 2019 33 comments
You have no idea where camels really come from | Latif Nasser "Camels are so well adapted to the desert that it's hard to imagine them living anywhere else. But what if we have them pegged all wrong? What if those big humps, feet and eyes were ...
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AnonySchmoose 8 HI May 15, 2019 May 15, 2019 11 comment


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