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An Ancient Spider's Web 07/01/2010

An Ancient Spider's Web

A spider's silk web is strong enough to snare insects, but usually too delicate to withstand harsh weather and the ravages of time. So, even though spiders have lived on Earth for millions of years, few of their webs have lasted that long.

Now, scientist

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An Ancient Feathered Biplane 07/01/2010

An Ancient Feathered Biplane

When the Wright Brothers lifted off at Kitty Hawk in 1903, they flew a plane with two sets of wings, one below the other. Their feat went down in history as the first successful flight by a heavier-than-air aircraft.

New evidence suggests that dinosaurs

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A Really Big (but Extinct) Rodent 07/01/2010

A Really Big (but Extinct) Rodent

Guinea pigs make popular pets nowadays. Eight million years ago, however, it would have been hard to find a cage large enough to hold one.

Back then, a South American rodent called Phoberomys pattersoni grew to be as big as a bison, say researchers who r

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A Rainforest Trapped in Amber 07/01/2010

A Rainforest Trapped in Amber

A group of paleontologists has found gold in the western Amazon. No, not the type of gold that's made into jewelry or coins. Instead, the fossil-hunting scientists discovered ancient, gold-colored rocks that have tiny plants and insects trapped inside.


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A Living Fossil 07/01/2010

A Living Fossil

Imagine going to the museum to see fossils of animals that scientists thought had become extinct millions of years ago. Then, imagine walking outside and seeing one of this family of animals scurrying around in your backyard. That would be a pretty exciti

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A Dino King's Ancestor 07/01/2010

A Dino King's Ancestor

Tyrannosaurus rex gets a lot of attention for being one of the fiercest large dinosaurs that ever lived. These fearsome meat eaters, however, weren't the first of their kind.

In northwestern China, paleontologists have found remains of Guanlong wucaii, t

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A Big, Weird Dino 07/01/2010

A Big, Weird Dino

A new dinosaur find has forced scientists to rethink their understanding of these ancient creatures.

The feathered dino, which belongs to a new genus called Gigantoraptor, was surprisingly huge and heavy for its shape. It belonged to a group of birdlike

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Hunting by Sucking, Long Ago 07/01/2010

Hunting by Sucking, Long Ago

Being eaten alive would be awful, especially if you were gulped down by a weird beast with an extremely long neck.

Recently discovered fossils suggest that a prehistoric sea creature with such a snakelike neck could have sucked in prey. It's the first ex

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Big Fish in Ancient Waters 07/01/2010

Big Fish in Ancient Waters

Small things have been in the news a lot lately. First came word of a species of little people who lived in Indonesia tens of thousands of years ago (see ). Then, scientists announced the disc

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Winged Insects May Go Way Back 07/01/2010

Winged Insects May Go Way Back

A bug may seem creepy, annoying, or cool, depending on its size and your mood. Now you might want to show these critters a little more respect, too. Bugs have been around on Earth for a long, long time.

A new analysis of an ancient fossil suggests that t

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