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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Apr 21, 2022Apr 2022

Posted by JoeB
Dortoka vremiri: A new species of Dortokid Turtle from the Late Cretaceous of the Hațeg Basin, Romania. The Cretaceous deposits of the Hațeg Basin of Romania are noted for the production of a rich diversity of endemic...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 29, 2022Mar 2022

Posted by yvilletom
A Search on kinds of anthropology gets There are four types of anthropology: cultural anthropology, archaeology, physical (biological) anthropology, and linguistic anthropology. These four types allow anthropologists to study the total variety ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 29, 2022Mar 2022

Posted by JoeB
Musivavis amabilis: A new species of Enantiornithine Bird from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota of northeastern China. The Enantiornithines are the most diverse group of Cretaceous Birds known, with more than 50 ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 21, 2022Mar 2022

Posted by JoeB
Torosaurus in Canada. The Ceratopsids, an iconic group of Dinosaurs which were an important part of the faunas of Late Cretaceous North America and Asia, were large, quapruped herbivores with distinctive neck frills and...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 5, 2022Mar 2022

Posted by JoeB
Bashanosaurus primitivus: A new species of Stegosaur from the Middle Jurassic of Chongqing Municipality, China. The Stegosaurs were a distinctive group of Ornithischian Dinosaurs whose fossils are known from the Middle ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 4, 2022Mar 2022

Posted by NoSheep
LINKFossil from China may be the world’s oldest stegosaur • Earth.com
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Mar 2, 2022Mar 2022

Posted by JoeB
Determining the time of year when the Chicxulub Impactor fell. The end-Cretaceous extinction event wiped out 76% of known species on Earth, but was strangely selective in the way it did so. The non-Avian Dinosaurs were ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Feb 15, 2022Feb 2022

Posted by JoeB
Mambawakale ruhuhu: A new species of Pseudosuchian Archosaur from the Middle Triassic Manda Beds of Tanzania. The Archosaurs, the group which includes modern Birds and Crocodiles, as well as the extinct non-Avian ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Feb 12, 2022Feb 2022

Posted by JoeB
Hydrodamalis gigas: Applying genomics to the extinct Steller’s Sea Cow. The Steller’s Sea Cow, Hydrodamalis gigas, was first described by German naturalist and explorer Georg Wilhelm Steller in 1741, and became ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Jan 10, 2022Jan 2022

Posted by JoeB
Ajkaelater merkli: A new species of Click Beetle from Late Cretaceous Hungarian amber. Beetles, and Insects in general, are hyperdiverse modern organisms which play key roles in almost all modern ecosystems. They a have...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 29, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JoeB
Iridescent plumage in a Cretaceous Bird. Modern Birds produce a wide range of pigments, enabling them to produce a wide range of coloured feathers. In many species, this is further enhanced by the addition of structural...
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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 21, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JoeB
Bailongia longicaudata: A new species of Artiopod from the Middle Cambrian Guanshan Biota of Yunnan Province, China. The Middle Cambrian Guanshan Biota of Yunnan Province, China, preserves a wide range of soft-bodied ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 6, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by JoeB
Eoazara xerrii: A new species of Elasmotheriine Rhinoceros from the Late Miocene of Morocco. Today only five species of Rhinoceros survive, all of which are highly endangered, but the fossil record contains about fifty ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Oct 23, 2021Oct 2021

Posted by JoeB
Vishnuonyx neptuni: A new species of Otter from the late Miocene Hammerschmiede Fauna of Bavaria. The Hammerschmiede locality in Bavaria, Germany, has been producing Late Miocene Vertebrate and Invertebrate fossils for ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Aug 26, 2021Aug 2021

Posted by JoeB
Sakhalinencyrtus leleji: A new species of Encyrtid Wasp from Middle Eocene Sakhalinian Amber. The Encyrtidae are a large family of parasitoid Chalcid Wasps, primarily targeting members of the Hemiptera (True Bugs), ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Aug 22, 2021Aug 2021

Posted by JoeB
Sengis (Elephant Shrews) from the Late Oligocene Nsungwe Formation of southwestern Tanzania. The Macroscelideans (also termed Sengis, or Elephant Shrews) are an enigmatic group of small insectivorous Mammals, known ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Jul 31, 2021Jul 2021

Posted by JoeB
Searching for dental caries in South African fossil Hominins. Dental caries (the formation of cavities in teeth through decay of the enamel, through the activities of Bacteria) is common in many modern Human ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
May 16, 2021May 2021

Posted by JoeB
Durnonovariaodus maiseyi: A new species of Hybodont Shark from the Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay Formation of Dorset, England. The Hybodonts were a distinctive group of Sharks, which first appeared in the Late Devonian...
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Shared from General & Hellos
May 10, 2021May 2021

Posted by BirdMan1
Neanderthals Near Rome:
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 31, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by JoeB
Bushizheia yangi: A new species of Euarthropod from the Early Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte. Over 250 species have been recorded from the Cambrian Series 2, Stage 3 Chengjiang biota of Yunnan Province, China, with ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 30, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by JoeB
Understanding tooth attachment and replacement in Bolosaurid Parareptiles. Bolosaurid Parareptiles occupy a unique position in Amniote evolution. They were the first to develop a combination of a lower temporal fenestra...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 20, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by JoeB
Eoconstrictor fischeri: A Booid Snake from the Middle Eocene Messel Shale of Germany. Snakes of the clade Boidae (Boas, Anacondas, Emerald Boas) are arguably among the most charismatic species of living Reptiles. They ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 15, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by JoeB
Keratinous beaks in Confuciusornithiform Birds. The beaked rostrum is one of the most distinctive features of Birds, present in all living species and exhibiting an enormous diversity of form and size relative to the ...
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Paleontology, Archeology, and Anthropology
Dec 8, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by JoeB
Brittagnathus minutus: A new species of Tetrapod from the Late Devonian of Greenland. In 1987, an expedition to East Greenland mounted by the University of Cambridge and the Geological Museum Copenhagen, under the ...
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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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