Paleontology

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Pulling Back the Curtain on Dinosaur Science

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What Kind of Music Do Dinosaurs Listen To? Rock!

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Africa's New Fossil Frontier

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Dinosaurs Along the Silk Road

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Digging Into Dinosaur Science History

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Oops! Dinosaur Find Actually Fossilized Wood!

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Paleo-Profile of David Hone: China, Blogging, and Bone-Eating Dinosaurs

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Why We Need the University of Wyoming Geological Museum

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"Dakota" the Hadrosaur Makes Her Debut

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A New Look For Asia's Ancient "Shark Tooth Dragon"

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The Sauropod Posture Debate, Part Eleventy

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On the Trail of an Unknown Dinosaur

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All Aboard the Dinosaur Train!

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A History of Paleontology Illustration

Carlos Jaramillo (top row, third from the right), a staff scientist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, co-organized the team that discovered the largest snake in world history.

Discovering the Titanoboa

As part of a multi-organizational team, Smithsonian scientist Carlos Jaramillo uncovered the fossils of a gigantic snake

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Commercial Collectors and the Plight of Paleontology

In paleontology, "amateur" can be a dirty word

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Tianyulong: An Unexpectedly Fuzzy Dinosaur

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Book Review: How to Build a Dinosaur

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Hesperonychus: A Tiny Killer

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Getting a Handle on Theropod Arms

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