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Debunking Steve Culbreth's "California Dinosaurs" by Carnoferox
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A map of the Purisima Formation in California. Image from Boessenecker et al. (2014). Introduction Steve Culbreth was a former member of Dinosaur Home known for his unorthodox and controversial ideas regarding paleontology. He claimed to be ...
The Fatal, Second Blow by starman
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One Allosaurus specimen has an unusual pathology. Its pubic "boot" has a cone shaped hole, and evidence for massive infection. Something fully penetrated the pubis from below, causing an opening which extends from the ventral surface to the ...

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I do not know why I can't sign in I didn't know what I did wrong
by Guest - 3 hours ago
Indeed I do.
by Dinosaurus rex - 7 hours ago
Theropod skeletal fossils tend to lay with their head & neck arched backwards. This is due to muscle contraction during rigamortis. This thing appears to have full skin, it's a mummy not ...
by tzavecz - 8 hours ago
Just saw you posted it was horn coral. Thank you!
by Kimber - 10 hours ago
What kind of gadget they use do anyone know the brand...thanks
by city hunter - 14 hours ago
That's probably more like it! I love finding those sort of things! Awesome any way you look at it:)
by Iexplore - 19 hours ago
I found this bone along the Fox River in Wisconsin. I rock hound in a few sandy areas along the bank and up against the woods. I have found many arrowheads, fossils, beads and pieces of ...
by Iexplore - 20 hours ago

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