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Since the dawn of the aviation era, inventors have strived to build aircraft that fly as nimbly as birds, whose morphable wings allow for faster, tighter turns and more efficient gliding.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's Wollemi Pines survived the dinosaurs, and now firefighters have nursed them through the country's worst bushfires in generations to live another day.
GEORGE TOWN: Teary-eyed Muhammad Farish Haikal Mohd Hafiq, seven, had a surprise when the first schoolteachers he met turned out to be “cartoon characters”.
Go on an activity trail for some fun places to visit and stuff to do together during the school holidays.
A recent trip to the highlands sees our interns taking on aliens, dinosaurs and zombies as they are transported to different dimensions.
Bangkok: Former Deputy Prime Minister Suwat Liptapanlop, and Sommai Techawan, Director-General of Mineral resource department, announced the discovery of fossils of a previously-unknown species of predatory dinosaurs in an event attended by supporters of the fossil research programme, including Dr Duangsuda Chokchalermwong, Prof Dr Yoichi Azuma and Asst Prof Pratueng Jintasakul.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The creator of the children's song "Baby Shark," which has become a global phenomenon, says the firm is eyeing the Chinese market, where the tune did not quite catch on, with a brand new character featuring dinosaurs.
HANGZHOU: Cat tongues are more efficient than brushes, longer vacations mean a longer life and even dinosaurs suffered from neck arthritis – all this according to what is arguably the most bizarre science award in China, which once again paid its annual tribute to the spirit of curiosity.
Horror films and haunted houses are big attractions, because scary things turn on the brain’s fight-or-flight response, which increases heart and respiration rates and causes muscles to tense. There’s an enjoyable adrenaline rush even when there’s no actual risk of harm.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A revelatory cache of fossils dug up in central Colorado details as never before the rise of mammals from the post-apocalyptic landscape after an asteroid smacked Earth 66 million years ago and annihilated three-quarters of all species including the dinosaurs.