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Researchers have reconstructed one of the world’s largest dinosaurs, allowing the creature to take its first steps in over 94 million years.
By Mike Boehm When the angry, life-sized mama T. rex came roaring through a curtain to defend its young during the St. Paul, Minn., run of "Walking With Dinosaurs -- the Live Experience," Kristi Curry Rogers momentarily stopped thinking like a professor and responded like a protective mom.
By Scott D. Pierce Deseret News BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Who doesn't love a show about prehistoric monsters chasing people around the modern world? That's an oversimplification of the BBC America series "Primeval," but it does help explain the series' multigenerational appeal.
The ancestors of the miniature hominins found on the Indonesian island of Flores may have spread out of Africa even before the ancestors of modern humans. The fossil record of human evolution is extremely well-known, comparable to only a few other large mammals, such as elephants.
Are you brave enough to share an evening in the forest with a bunch of life-size dinosaurs with 6-inch teeth? How about spending time with a walking, growling 45-foot tall, 75-foot long Brachiosaurus?
What does it take to bring a dinosaur to life - or at least a life-sized re-creation? Start with 323 yards of fabric stretched over 144 yards of foam. Stuff the contraption with a half a mile of cabling, six hydraulic motors and a dozen truck batteries.
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- In medicine, cauterization.