The word fossil
comes from the Latin word fossilis, which means, dug up.
Researchers performed CT scans on the unidentified fossil
and compared them to old excavation drawings to trace the fossils
When Australian researchers not connected to Brown's team compared Flo's skull with skulls of several modern people and of two fossil
individuals with microcephaly, they came to the same conclusion (SN: 7/15/06, p.
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After studying this fossil
, Norell and Xu concluded that the ostrich-size dinosaur had been cloaked in downy feathers from head to tail.
Rashad Kaldany, director of the World Bank's oil, gas and mining division, says its fossil
fuel projects meet stringent environmental and social standards.
A large and growing number of investigations demonstrate that the costs of burning fossil
fuels are enormous and are imposed not in the future but right now.
When paleontologists split the rock to reveal the fossil
, the face opposite the bone retained a counterimpression--including the leg feathers.
When Hendrickson unearthed her find, she knew she was looking at a Late Cretaceous fossil
These relics derive from an era that corresponds to a 9-million-year gap in the vertebrate fossil
One day in the summer of 1993, fossil
hunter Michael Novacek was four-wheeling through the lunar landscape of Mongolia's Gobi Desert with his team of paleontologists (scientists who study plant and animal fossils