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Blog Archive: paleontology

[image] NHMU Dinosaur Stars in Jurassic World Dominion

NHMU Dinosaur Stars in Jurassic World Dominion

One of the most striking dinosaurs to appear in Jurassic World Dominion is the horned dinosaur Nasutoceratops titusi, the only fossil specimen of which can be found here at NHMU.
[image] NHMU Paleontologists Investigate How Climate Change Affected Life in the Age of Dinosaurs

NHMU Paleontologists Investigate How Climate Change Affected Life in the Age of Dinosaurs

Understanding the ways the fossil record may be incomplete is an important step in drawing out big picture conclusions.
[image] Science Writer Riley Black Illuminates the Day that Changed Life on Earth Forever

Science Writer Riley Black Illuminates the Day that Changed Life on Earth Forever

Read "The Last Days of the Dinosaurs," a new book by NHMU's Riley Black.
[image] Research Quest Digs Into Horned Dinosaurs

Research Quest Digs Into Horned Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs like Triceratops offer a crash course in broad evolutionary principles.
[image] Shading In the Fossil Record

Shading In the Fossil Record

There's far more to color in the fossil record than dinosaurs.
[image] Cracking the Colors of Dinosaur Eggs

Cracking the Colors of Dinosaur Eggs

Dinosaur eggs could be just as colorful as the terrible lizards themselves.
[image] How We Came to See Dinosaurs in Color

How We Came to See Dinosaurs in Color

In the past 10 years paleontologists have learned a great deal about what dinosaurs looked like.
[image] Ten Stunning Fossil Finds of 2021

Ten Stunning Fossil Finds of 2021

From baby dinosaurs to seagoing giants, 2021 has been a banner year for paleontology.
[image] Maddie’s Haddie Part 3: What did we find and why does it matter?

Maddie’s Haddie Part 3: What did we find and why does it matter?

Read the final post in the series of an epic paleontology field work adventure.
[image] The Fossil Record of Dino-Sores

The Fossil Record of Dino-Sores

Broken bones and other fossils highlight the history of disease.