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Fossil biscuits Activity

by David, 16 April 2020 | 0 comments

Four biscuits with dinosaur prints and a toy dinosaur.

Time for a tasty geological treat! Grab some ingredients and make some fossil biscuits.

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How long was a dinosaur’s day? News

by David, 12 March 2020 | 2 comments

Image of a reddy-brown shell or rock.

The dinosaurs lived many millions of years ago. Since then, many things have changed about our planet. The oceans and continents have shifted, ecosystems have changed and lots of species – including dinosaurs – have become extinct. Even the regular patterns of sunrise and sunset might have drifted.

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Pterosaur tears up ancient sky News

by David, 10 October 2019 | 0 comments

A pterosaur - a flying reptile from the age of the dinosaurs

It’s spring, and in many areas of Australia that means it’s magpie swooping season. But next time you’re ducking an angry bird, be thankful you live now and not 90 million years ago. Back then, the swooping might have come from something much larger.

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How fast do you fall? A quick quiz Quiz

by David, 24 April 2019 | 0 comments

Black lightning bolt in purple circle

From objects in free fall to the fall of the dinosaurs, we’ve got some tricky teasers for you today. Hope you don’t trip up!

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Amber and alloys – a quick quiz Quiz

by David, 11 April 2018 | 0 comments

Black lightning bolt in purple circle

From the time of dinosaurs to mysterious materials, this week’s quiz is a real brain bender. Time to test your knowledge!

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Scientists get blood from a stone News

by David, 10 July 2015 | 0 comments

A duck-billed dinosaur.

Fossilisation is not a gentle process. Flesh, skin, organs and feathers are often destroyed, leaving just the bones. Now, a team of scientists think they may have found something protected deep within those bones – dinosaur blood!

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Dinosaurs not fat, but big boned News

by Mike, 30 October 2012 | 4 comments

Sauropod and human

Written by Emma Bastian How do you weigh a dinosaur? It’s a simple question with a very complex answer.

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