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WASHINGTON — In science fiction, amber preserved the DNA that allowed rebirth of dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. In real life, amber preserved feathers that provide a new image of what dinosaurs looked like. “Now, instead of scaly animals...
Tags: Science, Museum of Natural History
Scientists working in Laurel's Dinosaur Park on Wednesday excavated the largest dinosaur fossil found in Maryland in five years. It's too early to say for sure what type of bone it was. "It's not a femur; maybe part of a femur head," said Smithsonian...
There is nothing juvenile about the three Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons at the heart of the Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall, crouching with their great heads and menacing teeth hovering just above an unlucky duck-billed Edmontosaurus skeleton ...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Mystery (genre), Science, History, Elections
In this column this summer, I've wanted to occasionally focus on a few things slightly outside of Huntington Beach. As a travel writer, I enjoy sharing interesting places, especially for families, and this week provided something special. By now, you may...
Tags: Utah, Science, Elections, Travel, Tourism and Leisure
COSTA MESA — Taio Cruz' radio hit "Dynamite" set the rhythm to shake it. A small group of soon-to-be first-graders shook their stuff and a small plastic bottle filled with toilet paper and water as they made paper pulp. The shaking was just the...
Q13 FOX News OnlineScientists recently discovered fossils of a squirrel-like critter with a long snout and fangs, in Argentina that, according to researchers, closes a 60-million-year information gap about mammals in South America during the late Cretaceous period. Dr....
Tags: Argentina, Science, South America
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- More than 2 million years ago, scores of whales congregating off the Pacific Coast of South America mysteriously met their end. Maybe they became disoriented and beached themselves. Maybe they were trapped in a lagoon by a...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Museums, Peru, Chile, Science
Ah, nature! Essence of the earth, a place for humanity to rejuvenate itself and now -- irrelevant to the human condition? The Earth is measured in geological terms and periods -- such as the Ice Age that carved the hills, valleys and the lakes both great...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Natural Resources, Science, Forests, Arts
The WatcherWelcome to Fox's new show, "So You Think You Can Tapdance." At Fox's executive session at the Television Critics Association press tour on Monday, chairman Peter Rice and entertainment chief Kevin Reilly soft-shoed and sidestepped around the only topic...
A treasure trove of 4.4-million-year-old fossils from the Ethiopian desert is dramatically overturning widely held ideas about the early evolution of humans and how they came to walk upright, even as it paints a remarkably detailed picture of early life...
Archaeopteryx, believed for 150 years to have been the first bird, was probably only a feathered dinosaur that had great difficulty getting off the ground when it lived 150 million years ago, researchers reported this week in the journal PLoS One....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe San Fernando Valley is 260 square miles of suburbia. Actually, make that suburbia on nutritional supplements. And antidepressants. With perhaps a little cosmetic surgery south of Ventura Boulevard, where the big money is. Or maybe — now that it'...
Tags: Health, Science, The Galleria, Michael Connelly, Human Interest
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