Monthly Archives: June 2020

  1. June 30, 2020

    3 Most Amazing Dinosaur Fossils Ever Found

    Dinosaurs ruled the planet Earth about 66 million years ago. Despite the extinction, they have not truly wiped out from the ground. Their remains - real bones and fossils - are still buried in the soil, under the sea, and frozen in hundreds of years old ice. While most are discovered after studying the geologic sites where the possibility of their remains are highly likely, many are mainly accidental discoveries. 

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  2. June 30, 2020

    Things That You Might Not Have Known About The Strange Looking Pine Cone

    Pine cones are things that you probably have seen or held in hand. It looks amazing and there is something unique about its appearance. But what exactly are pine cones? What purpose do they serve? You’ll be surprised to know that these strange looking parts of trees have been associated with all sorts of things such as immortality, the third eye, and even enlightenment.

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  3. June 30, 2020

    Debunking Popular Dinosaur Myths

    How would you describe a dinosaur? Probably a massive creature with sharp teeth and thunderous roar, walking on legs, destroying everything on its way. What if we say that’s not true? These extinct reptiles that dominated the Earth about 66 million years ago are not even close to how we have picturized them in our imaginations. 

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  4. June 30, 2020

    Velociraptor Were Birds But Not Exactly Birds, Read On To Find Out Why

    The birds that we see today are linked to a particular group of dinosaurs called theropods. Within this group of dinosaurs, there are many species of which tyrannosaurus and velociraptor are some of the most well-known ones. In this blog, we’ll talk about the latter.

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  5. June 30, 2020

    Nine Fascinating Facts About Ammonite Fossils

    But that’s not all. Ammonite fossils have amazed many with their unique qualities. In addition to being time markers for geologists and other experts, they also serve as great showpieces for homes, given their attractive shape and fascinating history. 

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  6. June 30, 2020

    Some Interesting Facts About The Snaggletooth Shark You Need to Know

    The extant Snaggletooth shark, or otherwise known as Hemipristis elongata, is a species of weasel shark that only very few people know about. Millions of years ago, these sharks had a fair share of presence in most parts of the aquatic world, but now they are only limited to the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea, and the Western Pacific. They have odd snaggle-shaped teeth, which earned them the name


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  7. June 30, 2020

    Understanding Shark Teeth - Why Do They Vary So Much?

    Why there is so much variety in shark teeth? Why sharks have so many teeth? Why shark teeth are easier to find but not a skeleton? There are some of the fascinating questions that new fossil collectors often have when they start collecting shark teeth. Well, depending on the food source, meaning what the sharks eat, their teeth tend to vary.




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  8. June 01, 2020

    Busting 3 Scary Shark Myths - Time To Learn Some Facts

    In popular culture, sharks have a bad reputation. All thanks to scary stories that portray sharks as some fearsome creatures, always on a hunting mission, and praying on poor fishes and even humans with their sharp, scary teeth.

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  9. June 01, 2020

    3 Reasons Why Shark Teeth Fossils Are So Popular

    If you are someone who is interested in fossils, then you would know those shark teeth are some of the most popular and widely collected fossils. They are loved by collectors and researchers alike. Sharks have been a part of this earth’s ecosystem for more than 400 million years now. When they die, their body and cartilage dissolve

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  10. June 01, 2020

    Velociraptors, In Reality, Didn’t Look As They Were Shown In The Jurassic Park Movie

    If you go by their name, you may think Velociraptor dinosaurs must have been quite fast in their time. This actually isn’t true as even a human child could have outrun most Velociraptors. Their name ‘Velociraptor’ means ‘swift robber’ and was given by American paleontologist Henry Osborn.

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