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Scientists probe fossil of biggest ever sea predator London: Scientists are probing into fossilised skull of the biggest and the most fearsome sea monster that ever lived, with the help of one of the most powerful CT scanners...The enormous skull of
Two years and one label move since breaking onto the scene, Tokyo Police Club are back in action. But even better, the guys have managed to avoid all that sophomore slump mumbo jumbo by crafting one of the most effortlessly catchy records of 2010. On
UkraineOne of the biggest gardens in Kiev has been transformed into Jurassic Park. This past weekend a unique exhibition of dinosaurs has opened in the Ukrainian capital. Sixty-two giant creatures from Austria, including torozavries, diplodocus,
Tim Barlass August 29, 2010 A movie in which the exhibits come to life, Night at the Museum , has done wonders for generating interest in the displays and exhibits at the Australian Museum. Two nights ago, passing through the dinosaur hall, visitors
Article "Walking with Dinosaurs," the enormously popular arena show that features life-size, moving replicas of the long-dead beasts, owes its success to the sophisticated technologies that make its dinosaurs seem so realistic...A team of performers
11:26 PM MDT Mounted in an upstairs corner of the Prehistoric Museum in Price is a utahraptor skeleton, a feathered dinosaur armed with a massive hooked claw on its second toe, which hunted Utah in packs back in the early Cretaceous.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2010 Derby City Film Festival, who received accolades at the North End Cafe last weekend. Best International Short Film: �Dead Man's Coughing� from Poland, written and directed by Krzysztof Borowka ; Best U.S...
Forget the romantic dinner, the slow jams, the ring-in-the-champange proposal...Specifically, Tyrannosaurus Sex , the Discovery Channel’s “new special that investigates dinosaur reproduction” and uses “ground-breaking CGI [to] bring new life to one
Have you noticed the increasing tendency to squeeze people's names into programme titles? Last week, we had Delia's Classic Christmas and Simon Mann's African Coup transmitted simultaneously, which left us only a Radio Times misprint away from true