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Posts Tagged "Australia" By Druvius (37) Posts by members only

Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
May 4, 2022May 2022

Posted by Triphid
Indigenous Australian Aboriginal Rock art dated somewhere between 20 and 30 thousand years old. The nearest display in situ to my home is Muttawingee National Park, I have been there a number of times and the art there is spectacular to say the ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 27, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JoeB
Patagoniapteris artabeae: A new species of Dipteridacean Fern from the Triassic of Argentina. The Family Dipteridaceae today contains ten species of Ferns divided into two genera, found in tropical and subtropical areas...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 7, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by Triphid
Add another fossil discovery to Australia's growing list. Palaeontologists have just unearthed yet another Icthyosaur fossil in Queensland, Australia, this time the jaw was found complete with teeth still in the bones and the entire jaw measured up ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Nov 17, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by Triphid
Time to take some more of your nerve medications because there is another surprise coming. This spider lives on the island off of South Australia, it was thought that the raging Bush-fires a few years ago MAY have wiped them out BUT NO, an Adult and...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Nov 10, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by Triphid
Once thought to be as extinct as an honest Politician, this earliest ancestor of most eels has been found alive and kicking in a very remote part of Australia. Living at the same time as the Dinosaurs and around a bit them as well, this bloke may ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Oct 26, 2021Oct 2021

Posted by Triphid
Around 200 million years ago this dinosaurs wandered across a piece of boggy ground stepped in the algae covered water and mud leaving behind a trail of footprints that were found in a coal seam in a Coal in Ipswich, Australia in the 1960's. ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Oct 3, 2021Oct 2021

Posted by Triphid
Approx. 1.7 BILLION years ago this rock structure was not much more than loose sand grains. Found in Australia, this deposit of Quartzite, tougher than concrete, show the traces of an animal or insect that burrowed its way through the loose sand, ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 6, 2021Mar 2021

Posted by JoeB
Ingredients for life found in 3.5 billion-year-old fluid inclusions from Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Primeval Microbes likely required small organic molecules to act as building blocks for biomass and as ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Feb 23, 2021Feb 2021

Posted by Triphid
Thought you may like to 'feast' your eyes upon a few more ancient residents of the regions in and around Australia. First, moving clockwise from top to bottom, is the Dromornis, ancient Ancestor of the Emu, stood about 3 metres tall, Second, the ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Jan 7, 2021Jan 2021

Posted by josephr
Aboriginal Australians seem to have been right when they claimed to belong to the oldest sustained civilization on the face of the Earth. Their culture and history of oral storytelling stretches back tens of thousands of years and...
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Jan 4, 2021Jan 2021

Posted by Nessie_W
"There doesn’t seem to be any culture in which masks have not been used. From the Australian outback to the Arctic, from Mesolithic Africa to the United States of the 21st century, people have always made and employed masks in ways that are ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 26, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by Triphid
A little something for the Paleontologists amongst us. Dinosaurs tracks and track-ways found in Australia and some of the Dinosaurs that inhabited Australia some 65+ million years ago. i hope you'll enjoy them.
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 20, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by Triphid
And here is one of the most famous fossilized dinosaurs found in Australia, Muttaburrasaurus Langdoni from Queensland.
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 20, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by Triphid
Just thought members may like see a few pictures of Australian fossil remains.
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Nov 27, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by JoeB
Mukupirna nambensis: A new species of Vombatiform Marsupial from the Oligocene of South Australia. The three living species of wombat (Vombatus ursinus, Lasiorhinus latifrons and Lasiorhinus krefftii; family Vombatidae)...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Nov 10, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by JoeB
Vertebrate fossils from the Late Eocene of Seymour Island, Antarctica. The Southern Hemisphere biota has been profoundly influenced by Mesozoic-Cainozoic continental breakup and climatic change. Before its ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Sep 21, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by JoeB
Scleropages sanshuiensis: A new species of Asian Arowana from the the Eocene of Guangdong, China. Scleropages (Asian Arowanas) are superstars in an aquarium for their ornate colouration in some variants. Fish ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Jul 4, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Geoffrey51
Australian Aboriginal underwater archaeology
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Jun 12, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by t1nick
NEWS RELEASE 11-JUN-2020 New discovery of giant bipedal crocodile footprints in the cretaceous of Korea CU Denver researcher Marin Lockley was a member of the team that found the well-preserved footprints UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
May 28, 2020May 2020

Posted by JoeB
Finding a connection between the formation of the oldest known Himalaya-style mega-mountains and the appearance of Metazoan Animals. It was extremely fortunate for the stability of life that despite the planet active ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
May 27, 2020May 2020

Posted by JoeB
Juukan Gorge archaeological site in Western Australia destroyed by mine expansion. An archaeological site which recorded 46 000 years of continuous occupation in the western Pilbara region of Western Australia, and ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
May 15, 2020May 2020

Posted by t1nick
Paleontologists Find Strange Ball-Like Structures in 80-Million-Year-Old Fossils May 14, 2020 by Enrico de Lazaro A team of paleontologists from Australia and the UK has found fullerene-like structures in Cretaceous-period crinoids, marine animals...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
May 1, 2020May 2020

Posted by t1nick
Groundbreaking Fossil Suggests Spinosaurus Is First Known Swimming Dinosaur Its paddle-like tail, unearthed in Morocco, suggests the Cretaceous carnivore ventured into the water to hunt. By Katherine J. Wu SMITHSONIANMAG.COM APRIL 30, 2020 12:11PM ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 27, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by AnonySchmoose
LINKSingle exodus from Africa gave rise to today’s non-Africans | Science News
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Jan 23, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by JoeB
Fluctuations in mercury and organic carbon in the peatlands of southwest China before the End Permian Extinction. Carbon has two stable isotopes, carbon¹² and carbon¹³, of which plants preferentially incorporate ...
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Posted by JoeBKite-like structures in the western Sahara Desert.

Posted by TriphidAn Aussie Indigenous Message Stick.

Posted by TriphidIndigenous Australian Aboriginal Rock art dated somewhere between 20 and 30 thousand years old.

Posted by TriphidIndigenous Australian Aboriginal Rock art dated somewhere between 20 and 30 thousand years old.

Posted by TriphidIndigenous Australian Aboriginal Rock art dated somewhere between 20 and 30 thousand years old.

Posted by TriphidIndigenous Australian Aboriginal Rock art dated somewhere between 20 and 30 thousand years old.

Posted by JoeBDortoka vremiri: A new species of Dortokid Turtle from the Late Cretaceous of the Hațeg Basin, Romania.

Posted by JoeBThe Cabeço da Amoreira burial: An Early Modern Era West African buried in a Mesolithic shell midden in Portugal.

Posted by JoeBMusivavis amabilis: A new species of Enantiornithine Bird from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota of northeastern China.

Posted by JoeBTorosaurus in Canada.

Posted by JoeBStone tools from the Borselan Rock Shelter, in the Binalud Mountains of northeastern Iran.

Posted by JoeBDating the Lantian Biota.

Posted by JoeBBashanosaurus primitivus: A new species of Stegosaur from the Middle Jurassic of Chongqing Municipality, China.

Posted by JoeBDetermining the time of year when the Chicxulub Impactor fell.

Posted by JoeBSão Tomé and Príncipe: Possibly the last country on Earth never to have been visited by a working archaeologist.

Posted by JoeBMambawakale ruhuhu: A new species of Pseudosuchian Archosaur from the Middle Triassic Manda Beds of Tanzania.

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