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Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum
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Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum

When some dinosaurs began evolving wings, most began to form bird-like structures So what do the bat-like wings of the Ambopteryx tell us about the evolution of birds? Towards the end of the Jurassic, some small feathered dinosaur species began

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The Scopes Monkey Trial Is the Blockbuster Event of 1925 (feat. Bradley Whitford) – Drunk History
♪ JURASSIC PARK 3 THE MUSICAL – Animated Parody Song
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♪ JURASSIC PARK 3 THE MUSICAL – Animated Parody Song

Still digging up bones, sifting through the dirt, Specialize in raptors, the way they hurt. Ellie moved on for kids and a family, I hate babies, they make me feel insanity. Lecturing investors is bad enough, I do it for

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Were These Monsters Inspired by Fossils?
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Were These Monsters Inspired by Fossils?

Around the year 1335, a mysterious skull was recovered from a local quarry near the town of Klagenfurt, Austria…and it looked downright monstrous. For one thing, it was way larger than a human skull. And it had big teeth, a

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A Brief History of Everything, feat. Neil deGrasse Tyson
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A Brief History of Everything, feat. Neil deGrasse Tyson

“The world has persisted many a long year, having once been set going in the appropriate motions. From these, everything else follows.” Lucretius. In the beginning, about 13.7 billion years ago, all the space, and all the matter, and all

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Is a woodlouse an insect? | Natural History Museum
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Is a woodlouse an insect? | Natural History Museum

Whether you call them pill bugs, slaters or coffin cutters, woodlice are a common sight in homes and gardens They seem like perfectly adapted land dwellers But did they have a watery past? Although they may look like insects, the

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This Face Changes the Human Story
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This Face Changes the Human Story

You immediately descend into the mouth of a cave…We suit up, we put harnesses on and we clip into some safety ropes and then we’re climbing this knife edge of rock. It goes about 20 meters up and so if

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