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paleontologists put the bite on an ancient reptile from new england




this series of images shows the reconstruction process for the ancient reptile species colobops noviportensis. credit: yale universityscientists have identified a new species of reptile from prehistoric connecticut and, boy, does it have a mouth on it. named colobops noviportensis, the creature live...



ancient swiss reptile shows its bizarre scale armor for the first time




image: this is a live reconstruction of eusaurosphargis dalsassoi. view more credit: (beat scheffold, paleontological institute and museum, university of zurich)grisons, 241 million years ago - instead of amidst high mountains, a small reptile suns itself on an island beach in a warm shallow sea, ...



discovery of early, 'croc-like' reptile sheds new light on evolution of dinosaur




a new species of ancient reptile has been described by scientists at the university of birmingham, filling a critical gap in the fossil record of dinosaur cousins and suggesting that some features thought to characterise dinosaurs evolved much earlier than previously thought.



python bites keeper at australian reptile park




a keeper at the australian reptile park has undergone medical treatment after being given a 'love bite' by monster the python.the incident occurred on wednesday afternoon during a routine health check. the experienced keeper, jake meney, was taken to the local medical centre where he received an...



presstv-skeleton of new marine reptile discovered in mexico




mexico has revealed a well-preserved complete skeleton of a new marine reptile that was discovered in the country’s northeast.the skeleton is reportedly 93 million years old. the details of tissue mass and scales of the remains have never been previously seen in other fossils.the fossilized remain...



researchers develop advanced 3-d models of bite data




casey holliday and his team developed three-dimensional models of the skull of the american alligator using cutting-edge imaging and computational tools. credit: casey hollidaythe skulls of alligators protect their brains, eyes and sense organs while producing some of the most powerful bite forces i...



building a better alligator: researchers develop advanced 3-d models of bite dat




image: casey holliday and his team developed three-dimensional models of the skull of the american alligator using cutting-edge imaging and computational tools. view more credit: casey hollidaycolumbia, mo. - the skulls of alligators protect their brains, eyes and sense organs while producing some...



building a better alligator: researchers develop advanced 3-d models of bite dat




the skulls of alligators protect their brains, eyes and sense organs while producing some of the most powerful bite forces in the animal kingdom. the ability to bite hard is critical for crocodilians to eat their food such as turtles, wildebeest and other large prey; therefore, their anatomy is clos...



new study suggests some ancient bite marks from crocs not stone tools




(phys.org)—a trio of researchers, two with the university of tübingen in germany, the other the university of california has found evidence that suggests it is not possible to tell if marks on some ancient artifacts were made by ancient hominids using stone tools or by crocodiles. in their paper ...



giant marine reptile lived in antarctic 150 million years ago




credit: cc0 public domain scientists in argentina have found the remains of a giant carnivorous marine reptile, or plesiosaur, that lived 150 million years ago in antarctica. the four-finned reptile, which measured up to 12 meters (13 yards) long, dates from the late jurassic period and is the most ...



paleontologists discover new species of sauropod dinosaur in tanzania




paleontologists have identified a new species of titanosaurian dinosaur. the research is reported in a paper published this week in the journal of vertebrate paleontology and is funded by the national science foundation (nsf).



a 508-million-year-old sea predator with a 'jackknife' head




paleontologists at the university of toronto (u of t) and the royal ontario museum (rom) in toronto have entirely revisited a tiny yet exceptionally fierce ancient sea creature called habelia optata that has confounded scientists since it was first discovered more than a century ago.



this ancient giant frog had powerful jaws and ate small dinosaurs




the ancient (and now extinct) frog known as the beelzebufo had powerful jaws, ones far more powerful than ordinary frogs that exist today, and it feasted on creatures that included small dinosaurs and crocodiles. such information comes from a new study analyzing the jaw strength of this extinct frog...



paleontologists find fossil relative of ginkgo biloba




image: reconstruction of the ancient, dinosaur-era relative of today's ginkgo biloba plant. view more credit: fabiany herrera & patrick herendeena discovery of well-preserved fossil plants by paleontologists from the united states, china, japan, russia and mongolia has allowed researchers to identi...



newfound primate teeth take a big bite out of the evolutionary tree of life




fossil hunters have found part of an ancient primate jawbone related to lemurs -- the primitive primate group distantly connected to monkeys, apes and humans, a usc researcher said.biren patel, an associate professor of clinical cell and neurobiology at the keck school of medicine of usc, has been d...



paleontologists solve pterosaur pelvis puzzle




a figure of pterosaur hip from paper. credit: greg funstonfollowing a discovery in 2015 in alberta's dinosaur provincial park, greg funston puzzled for two years over a mysterious bone trying to identify the species of animal—as well as the part of the body—the bone belonged to. "it confused us ...



ancient reptile mystery solved as 2 extinct species found to be the same




ichthyosaurs, which are similar-shaped to dolphins and sharks, but are reptiles, swam the seas for millions of years during the triassic, jurassic and cretaceous periods. they were the first, large extinct reptiles brought to the attention of the scientific world. dean lomax, a palaeontologist and h...



ancient reptile mystery solved as 2 extinct species found to be the same




artwork with 'bait ball' ichthyosaur. credit: julio lacerdaichthyosaurs, which are similar-shaped to dolphins and sharks, but are reptiles, swam the seas for millions of years during the triassic, jurassic and cretaceous periods. they were the first, large extinct reptiles brought to the attention o...



child aids paleontologists in discovery of new ancient fish species




edmonton (wednesday, january 31, 2018)--paleontologists from the university of alberta have discovered a never-before-seen species of fish in south america, with the help of a curious tourist. the fossil, called candelarhynchus padillai, is approximately 90 million years old, and has no modern relat...



the newly discovered russian dinosaur named after mongolian spirit




being a member of the international scientific team, a student from the faculty of geology of the lomonosov moscow state university has taken part in study and description of a new genus and species of the ancient marine reptile, called pliosaur. the results of a study have been published in the cur...



researchers investigate evolution of bipedalism in ancient dinosaur ancestors




edmonton (friday, march 3, 2017) -- paleontologists at the university of alberta have developed a new theory to explain why the ancient ancestors of dinosaurs stopped moving about on all fours and rose up on just their two hind legs.bipedalism in dinosaurs was inherited from ancient and much smaller...



biologists say recently discovered fossil shows transition of a reptile from lif




using modern research tools on a 155-million-year-old reptile fossil, scientists at johns hopkins and the american museum of natural history report they have filled in some important clues to the evolution of animals that once roamed land and transitioned to life in the water.



fossils from 205 million years ago named as a 'new' reptile




london:  fossils discovered in a quarry in south wales have been identified as a new small species of reptile that lived 205 million years ago.the species has been named clevosaurus cambrica, the second part being latin and referring to the fact it comes from wales. the teeth of clevosaurus cambric...



for the contest, i'd love to see ben stokes play, but it's not that simple




all england want for christmas is their metaphorical two front teeth. england need some real bite if they are to find another level above their gabba effort.while england gained the upper hand on day one and held it until steve smith's unbeaten hundred, they did not have the skill, nor the method, t...



newfound primate teeth take a big bite out of the evolutionary tree of life




fossil hunters have found part of an ancient primate jawbone related to lemurs—the primitive primate group distantly connected to monkeys, apes and humans, a usc researcher said.