The researchers discovered the specimen in the 1.9-million-acre Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument in southern Utah. The area is one of the last pristine dinosaur graveyards in the United States, with at least 15 new dinosaur species discovered there in just the past decade, including the turkey-like Hagryphus giganteus, horned dinosaurs Kosmoceratops and Utahceratops, duck-billed dinosaurs, including Gryposaurus monumentensis, two new tyrannosaurs and a number of armored dinosaurs known as ankylosaurs. … [Read more...] about ‘Switchblade’ Claw Reveals How Dino Fought and Killed
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Bernal, QueretaroLorenzo Campos, Account Director, Vox International Bernal itself is a small town in the shadow of one of the largest monoliths in the world, Peña de Bernal. According to Lorenzo, the beauty of staying in Bernal is not necessarily in the town itself, but the access to a wide variety of nearby ecosystems you have at your disposal. Queretaro is probably Mexico’s second most well-known wine region (after Baja) so you’ll be footsteps from countless vineyards. The beautiful Sierra Gorda National Park is also nearby for outdoor adventuring. Lorenzo recommends renting a car and exploring the area over the course of three or four days. … [Read more...] about Where Do Mexicans Vacation When They Vacation in Mexico?
"It might be impossible to truly fathom the magnitude of the threat that global-mean sea level rise poses," the authors wrote in the study. "However, conceptualizing the scale of the solutions required to protect ourselves against global-mean sea level rise, aids in our ability to acknowledge and understand the threat that sea level rise poses. On these grounds, we here discuss a means to protect over 25 million people and important economical regions in northern Europe against sea level rise." … [Read more...] about Huge Dam in the North Sea Could Theoretically Protect Northern Europe From Sea Level Rise, Scientists Say
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