Tag: Fossil

Oldest-Known Aquatic Reptiles Might Have Spent Some Time on Land

Oldest-Known Aquatic Reptiles Might Have Spent Some Time on Land

The study of fossils of Older Mesosaurs reflects that the adult reptiles didn’t spend most of their time in the sea. The reptiles who secondarily adapt to an aquatic or semi-aquatic life in a marine environment are called Aquatic Reptiles. A lot of reptiles adapted to the sea-life during the Mesozoic era including Mesosaurs, the…

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Madagascar’s Lemurs were Not the First Mammals on the Island

Madagascar’s Lemurs were Not the First Mammals on the Island

Paleontologists of Duke University reveal that Propotto Leakeyi does not belong to a bat. Fossils carry significant information about the events of the past. Analysis of a fossil can reveal some extraordinary facts. Similarly, they can alter the long-lasting beliefs of the humanity by providing the unknown piece of the puzzle. Such an instance took…

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How many Trees and Renewable Energy is needed to revive the Planet?

How many Trees and Renewable Energy is needed to revive the Planet?

Are we meant to leave Earth? Or to save it? Global Warming and Greenhouse Effects are discussed regularly as the cause of climate change and the negative effects they have on human life are alarming. The causes of Earth’s greenhouse effect include water vapors, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and the chlorofluorocarbons. Out of all…

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Fossilized Baby Bird from time of Dinosaurs found in Amber

Fossilized Baby Bird from time of Dinosaurs found in Amber

It is 99-million-year-old and it’s the best preserved of its kind Kristin Romey, a staff writer covering archaeology and paleontology for National Geographic, affirms the remains of a baby bird has been discovered in a specimen of 99-milion-year-old amber. According to scientists from Gondwana Research, the hatchling belonged to a major group of birds known as…

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