Tag Archives: dinosaurs

Milestones

On July 1, Evolutionary Routes completed its first tour around the solar system, turning one year old. It is rewarding to¬†watch the readership of the blog increasing, and some thoughtful comments being contributed. A big thank you goes out to … Continue reading

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The New Face of Museums

New Dinosaur Hall at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Today, we get to see the shiny new face of Dinosaur Mysteries, the dinosaur hall at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. After an initial media … Continue reading

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Dating Dinosaurs

When did the dinosaurs die out and how can we be sure? That’s kind of a trick question, actually, for evidence suggests that birds are the direct descendants of a group of small theropods (bipedal meat-eating dinosaurs). Therefore, not all … Continue reading

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Birds of a Feather

To kick off this blog, I wish my fellow Canucks a happy Canada Day this July 1! So have you heard? Life is getting increasingly set-in-stone (pardon the pun) for us paleoartists, as paleontologists continue their relentless chipping and chiselling … Continue reading

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