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- Of or pertaining to paleontology.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to paleontology.
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The researchers in Angola say their PaleoAngola project that yielded the fossil, started in 2005, is the first systematic paleontological expedition in Angola since the early 1960s.
The tar pits located 7 miles west of downtown Los Angeles are a paleontological gold mine.
He said modern humans didn't simply replace Neanderthals anyway, "as the overwhelming genetic and paleontological evidence shows what happened was assimilation, not replacement."
Planetary biology—paleontological, geological, and molecular histories of life.
Road Scholar Working with paleontologists to unearth the 26,000-year-old bones of mammoths in Hot Springs, S.D. With about a dozen other volunteers, the retired couple from Yucaipa, Calif., joined paleontologists excavating the Mammoth Site—a sinkhole 98 feet by 174 feet in Hot Springs, S.D. The site is known in paleontological circles as North America's largest graveyard for Columbian mammoths.
Stan Sesser/The Wall Street Journal Mongolian camel driver-guide Enkhtuya A stuck-in-amber, landlocked bubble of the prehistoric past, the Gobi is also one of the greatest paleontological sites in the world.
Astronomers Carl Sagan and George Mullen pointed out in 1972 that this is contrary to the geologic and paleontological evidence.
Avatar meets Jurassic Park as the latest paleontological research meets Hollywood story telling.
However, you stray off the reservation by taking a sideswipe at the black-footed ferret, greater sage-grouse, orchids and wild mustangs, not to mention the archeological and paleontological professions.
UCMP has the largest paleontological collection of any university museum in the world.