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6 ways Apple messed up its T. rex emoji

3 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Apple's new dinosaur emoji sure is cute, but one paleontologist says its anatomy is wildly inaccurate

Review: Triassic Parq (Circle Theatre)

In a nutshell, the musical Triassic Parq is Jurassic Park from the perspective of the dinosaurs who eventually escape their quarters and turn a dream theme park into a disaster. What ensues is 90 fast-paced minutes of pure enjoyment,...Show More Summary

Snopes Turns to Community for Help Amid Messy Legal Woes

Since launching in 1994, Snopes has managed to outlast the majority of web dinosaurs founded in the Internet’s salad days. But legal woes and company infighting threaten to take down the fact-checking site after more than 20 years of internet sleuthing, reports Poynter. The company posted a plea to its...

Painting Backgrounds for Dinosaur Dioramas

Jurassic Park III Backdrop Completed Talented model maker and dinosaur model enthusiast Robert Townsend has completed the backgrounds to his huge prehistoric animal diorama that he has been building.  The project entitled "Jurassic Park III", has been meticulously planned and Robert's care and attention to detail is reflected in the skilfully painted backdrop that he

Following the Footsteps of Chinese Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Tracksites Identified in Guizhou Province Everything Dinosaur has received media reports from several Chinese news agencies reporting the discovery of extensive dinosaur tracks in Guizhou Province (south-western China).  A total of sixty-eight tracks have been identified from sediments exposed in a river valley close to Tongmin Town. Show More Summary

LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Comic-Con Preview: The Crew Tries to Fix Time in Season 3

When we last saw the crew on LEGENDS OF TOMORROW they had essentially “broken time”, causing serious consequences for the world. For example, they arrived in present-day Los Angeles to find dinosaurs roaming the city. During the show’s Comic-Con panel The CW released a new preview for season 3 of the show. How will the […]

The High Five: Live every week like you’ll discover a dinosaur fossil

This week a human races a shark, and a dinosaur was discovered a million years after it walked the Earth. It’s a whole new world out there. Here’s what people are searching for this week: Phelps has the gold, now he’s going for the White...Show More Summary

Best Buy rings up a rebound

Five years ago Best Buy Co. looked like a retail dinosaur, another victim of e-commerce juggernaut and other online sellers.

Dinosaur Coins Should Be the Global Standard Currency

Forget debit cards and cryptocurrency. We should all be paying for stuff with dinosaur coins. This one should do the trick just fine. This commemorative dinosaur coin is available from The Westminster Collection, and it has…

Let's talk about the controversial Ark: Survival Evolved price hike

Earlier this month, Studio Wildcard hiked the price of its dinosaur survival hit Ark to £49.99 on Steam. It's fair to say the move ruffled a few feathers. Why did Studio Wildcard double the price of the game? Ark will soon leave Early Access and launch proper both on Steam and in bricks and mortar shops. Show More Summary

Luckiest kid ever finds 1.2 million-year-old fossil by accident

Like just about every kid, 10-year-old Jude Sparks loves dinosaurs. I mean, how could he not? They're big, cool looking, and they're the stars of countless movies and TV shows. But unlike nearly every other kid, Sparks can now say that he's played a role in helping to discover an ancient creature of his very own. Show More Summary


5 days agoHumor / odd : Dunk The Biscuit

Robert Clark/National Geographic We are often use to seeing dinosaur skeletons reconstructed in museums, but this is one dinosaur discovery with a difference. The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology in Alberta, Canada, have recently unveiled to the public a well-preserved dinosaur "mummy" still with it's armored skin and some of

Running not an option for Tyrannosaurus rex

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In good news for anyone coming face to face with a Tyrannosaurus rex, a new study indicates that humans could outrun the fearsome dinosaur. By combining two separate biomechanical computer simulations, scientists at the University of...Show More Summary

Unlike dinosaurs, Ark servers won't be wiped away at 1.0 launch

The end of ARK: Survival Evolved's pre-Early Access days comes with a whimper, not a bang, as developer Studio Wildcard has announced that the game's 1.0 release will not wipe out server data as initially planned. This is good news for...Show More Summary

Dear Science, Please Stop Trying to Ruin 'Jurassic Park'

6 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

We've heard it all already. Velociraptors weren't that big. Dinosaurs were probably feathered rather than scaly. You probably can't recreate dinosaurs from mosquitoes preserved in amber. Fine. We get it. But now, science is coming for the T-Rex, the dinosaur...

Great Job, Internet!: Important: T. Rex would break its damn legs chasing Jeff Goldblum like that

Kids who grew up watching Jurassic Park were all but guaranteed to both love and fear the Tyrannosaurus rex. The film portrays this hulking king of dinosaurs as both a ferocious and noble creature who, unlike the sly velociraptors that sneak up on their prey, will straight up run you down and stomp you into the mud. Show More Summary

Ark dev makes abrupt U-turn on plan to wipe PvP servers

It's not often a developer changes its mind about a decision that would have had a seismic impact on its game just a day after announcing it to press, but that's exactly what the people behind dinosaur survival hit Ark have done. Studio...Show More Summary

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