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  • Hi all After being on the List of Vertebrate Paleontology i am ready to create my own list. I LUV DINOSAURS PLEASE JOIN MY LIST PLEASE JOIN MY...
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  • Welcome to Dinosaurs Etc! This is intended to be a forum for the discussion of dinosaurs and other animals of the Mesozoic Era, though it will also focus on plants and animals from the dawn of life through the...
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  • This group is for discussion of the fossil history of turtles. If you are interested in turtle paleontology, this is a group to join. The forum includes posting and discussion on both Mesozoic and Cenozoic...
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  • This group is for the discussion of mammal paleontology. In it we talk about various types of fossil mammals. The forum includes both Cenozoic and Mesozoic mammals. In addition to posting on fossil...
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  • This club is a place to share experiences and thoughts on paleontology.We will post the events and new exhibits of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Carnegie Science...
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  • Australopithecines "In 1924 Raymond Dart discovered the first in a series of ape-like creatures that have become one of the most popularized "ape-men". Dart examined the creature and placed it in...
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  • Mesozoic Eucynodonts: What the hell is a Eucynodont? Eucynodonts are mammals and proto-mammals, (and proto-proto-mammals). It's all about our distant ancestors, back in the days...
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  • my group is studying about fossils which found in sedimentary rocks and will abale that determine the rocks dating by fossil and environmen in the past.
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  • Parts of the Ear "Helix - The in-curve rim of the external ear Antihelix - A landmark of the outer ear Lobule - A landmark of the outer ear. The very bottom part of the outer ear Crest of Helix - A landmark of the outer ear...
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  • Paleontology has become more popular over the years but there is no where to go to learn without paying or having a degree in this science. If you are into art the evolution, dinosauia or anything to do with paleontology you're welcome to join. Note...
    44 members Last activity Nov 25, 2012