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Snakes Alive! Reptile Day draws 1.200 to new museum

July 29, 2007
Snakes Alive! Hundreds of people came face to face with some of the most maligned, misunderstood and feared creatures on the planet Saturday at the Virginia Museum of Natural History - more than 75 slithering snakes.

Dinosaurs, Relatives Coexisted

July 21, 2007
Scientists digging deep into a remote New Mexico hillside have discovered a trove of fossil bones that they say is evidence that dinosaurs and their early relatives lived side by side for tens of millions of years before the relatives slowly died off and left the dinosaurs to dominate the ancient world.

Dinosaurs Shared Earth with Older Animals, Study Shows

July 20, 2007
Dinosaurs, contrary to conventional wisdom, did not suddenly appear 220 million years ago and quickly dominate the world by out-competing and sending more archaic animals into extinction.

Dinosaurs, Early Relatives Coexisted/UC Team's Fossil Finds Shows Mysterious Precursors Stuck Around Longer Than Previously Thought

July 20, 2007

UC Berkeley scientists, digging deep into a remote New Mexico hillside, have discovered a trove of fossil bones that they say is evidence


Museum Exhibits to Open

July 1, 2007

The Virginia Museum of Natural History will open its permanent exhibit galleries to visitors on July 14.


New Digs for Old Bones

July 1, 2007

Occasionally, he uses his cane to point to spots on the dinosaur. The knot on its claw-like middle toe. 

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