Natural World Archive

The T-Rex Debate: Hunter or Scavenger?

T Rex: Hunter Or Scavenger? Tyrannosaurus Rex has so often been portrayed in Hollywood movies as a swift, merciless, savage hunter, and so it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that the Predatory T-Rex is strictly a Hollywood invention, and may or may not bear any connection to the actual truth. The main reason [&hellip

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The Deep Sea Adventures & Legacy Of Jacques Cousteau

Jewels Of The Deep Sailing around the world on his iconic ship Calypso, Jacques Cousteau captivated audiences with the unknown ocean and inspired future generations of ocean explorers. His career includes over 120 television documentaries, 50 books and the 300,000 member environmental foundation, the Cousteau Society. As the pioneer in underwater documentaries, Cousteau won Oscars [&hellip

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Life Decoded: DNA As Information & What The Ancients Knew

The Source: DNA Many people believe that American biologist James Watson and English physicist Francis Crick discovered DNA in the 1950s. Although few people realize it, 1869 was a landmark year in genetic research, because it was the year in which Swiss physiological chemist Friedrich Miescher first identified what he called “nuclein” inside the nuclei [&hellip

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Forbidden History Of Dinosaurs (Retro-Edition)

The Retro-Edition takes us into the untold story of Dinosaur Evolution and Intelligence. Dinosauroid: The Evolution Of Dinosaur Intelligence Dale Russell, discoverer of Stenonychosaurus (now called Troodon), then of the National Museum of Natural Sciences in Ottawa, Canada, has postulated that late Cretaceous dinosaurs were well on the way to becoming intellectual animals, and would [&hellip

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