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Dipsy the Diplodocus is back at HMNS!
March 11, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

After a 2 year absence, “Dipsy” the Diplodocus is back at HMNS!  Making it’s debut back in 1975, Dipsy was the first dinosaur to call HMNS home. In 2013, our Diplodocus was de-installed from its original place in the Glassell Hall and sent off for a much needed spa retreat in Utah. While there, the […]

Archimedes, Atoms and Archaeopteryx
June 11, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Peter L. Larson, paleontologist and geologist, is a paleontologist and the president of Black Hills Institute of Geological Research in Hill City, South Dakota. Larson is on the research team investigating Archaeopteryx and other fossils at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. Today he blogs about the fossil Archaeopteryx and how high powered X-rays helps us […]

How To Make a Perfect Fish – Two Views
June 9, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Ed Note: Many fossils from the periods discussed and the Solnhofen locality are currently on display in Archaeopteryx: Icon of Evolution. Join a live online discussion about the latest research into the title fossil with paleontologist Pete Larson on June 17. Intelligent Design – For Jurassic Fish Louis Agassiz Right now,  in the 21st Century, […]

Flat-Footed Reptiles to High Stepping Chickens
May 18, 2010 · 3 Comments

Most scientists believe that birds evolved from small therapod dinosaurs. The key step was the development of feathers, turning animals that could walk or climb into animals that could fly. In today’s post, Dr. Bakker discusses the evolution of a key feature of Archaeopteryx, the first dinosaur to be discovered with preserved feathers. Lizard Paws […]



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