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Pregnant Fossil Proves Live Birth for Sea Reptile
Animals  (tags: Fossil, Paleontologists, plesiosaur, Sea Reptile )

- 2865 days ago -
Paleontologists found the huge fetus inside a 78-million-year-old plesiosaur.The fetus provides evidence that this species gave birth to single, live young and may have provided parental care.
Fossil 'Is First Pregnant Lizard'
Animals  (tags: Fossil, lizard, discovered, embryos )

- 2886 days ago -
A 120-million-year-old fossil is the oldest pregnant lizard ever discovered, according to scientists.The fossil, found in China, is a very complete 30cm (12in) lizard with more than a dozen embryos in its body.
Imaging Technology Reveals Intricate Details of 49-Million-Year-Old Spider
Animals  (tags: 49-Million-Year-Old Spider, research, science, fossil )

- 2950 days ago -
Scientists have used the latest computer-imaging technology to produce stunning three-dimensional pictures of a 49 million-year-old spider trapped inside an opaque piece of fossilized amber resin.
First Dinosaur Fossil Discovered in Angola
Animals  (tags: dinosaur, fossil, Angola, palentology )

- 3013 days ago -
Scientists say they have discovered the first fossil of a dinosaur in Angola, and that it's a new creature, heralding a research renaissance in a country slowly emerging from decades of war.
Ancient Giant Penguin Unearthed in Peru
Animals  (tags: giant penguin, Peru, fossil, animals )

- 3180 days ago -
The fossil of a giant penguin that lived 36 million years ago has been discovered in Peru.
Fossil of Giant Bony-Toothed Bird From Chile Sets Wingspan Record
Animals  (tags: Fossil, skeleton, Bird, Chile, animals, ancient seabird )

- 3190 days ago -
A newly discovered skeleton of an ancient seabird from northern Chile provides evidence that giant birds were soaring the skies there 5-10 million years ago. The wing bones of the animal exceed those of all other birds in length; its wingspan would have b
X-Rays Reveal Chemical Link Between Birds and Dinosaurs
Animals  (tags: Birds, Dinosaurs, X-Rays, fossil, Synchrotron )

- 3322 days ago -
Researchers have found that a 150 million year old "dinobird" fossil, long thought to contain nothing but fossilized bone and rock, has been hiding remnants of the animal's original chemistry
Oldest Live-Birth Fossil Found; Fish Had Umblical Cord
Animals  (tags: animals, fossil, fish, discovery, extinction, paleontology )

- 4035 days ago -
Remains of the world's oldest known mother have been unearthed in the Australian outback. The remarkably well-preserved fossil, about 375 to 380 million years old, shows the earliest evidence of a vertebrate mother giving birth to live young.

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