palaeontological love



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  • adj. Alternative spelling of paleontological.

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  • adj. of or relating to paleontology


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  • Environment and ecology of early man in northwest India: Geological and palaeontological evidences by Rajan Gaur

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  • The most significant impact on the natural condition of the nominated site is the collection of fossil-bearing limestone by palaeontological researchers.

    Australian Fossil Mammal Sites, Australia

  • Due to the rugged limestone terrain, European activity is restricted to grazing, palaeontological research and education.

    Australian Fossil Mammal Sites, Australia

  • There are five interpretative bus tours, four insitu palaeontological displays, one a mock up of the Centrasaurus bone bed, five signed hiking trails, a large well provided 126-site campsite with a fast food, laundry, washroom and shower service concession, a group camp, picnic areas, canoe launch and a historic cabin.

    Dinosaur Provincial Park, Canada

  • What is more, the consensus tree that the five molecules all voted for turned out to be the same as zoologists had already worked out on anatomic and palaeontological, not molecular, grounds.


  • The Archbishop of Canterbury has no problem with evolution, nor does the Pope give or take the odd wobble over the precise palaeontological juncture when the human soul was injected, nor do educated priests and professors of theology.


  • Private collectors and scientific institutes will pay huge sums for the right specimen, and bone-prospectors such asVatagin have turned this region, eight time zones from Moscow, into a palaeontological goldmine.

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  • If his theory of evolution by natural selection is the best theory in town that explains the evidence palaeontological, morphological/taxonomical, molecular/genetic – and it is – deal with it.

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  • Also though 20 years old now, Stephen J. Gould's book on the Burgess Shale, Wonderful Life will certainly give you an excellent introduction to why these animals have had a big impact on palaeontological studies in the last 3 decades.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Malawi hosts remains of human evolution where for the first time in palaeontological history in Malawi, researchers have discovered the remains of Homo Rudolfensis, a 2.5 million year old man and this represents the earliest evidence of the Genus Homo close to a place called Uraha near Chilumba in Karonga district.

    Museum Site Established after Dinosuar and Human Fossils Excavation


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