Tag Archives: Natural History

Art Bell In the Search of Bigfoot… Face to Face with Sasquatch

Bigfoot researcher Robert Morgan is the founder of the American Anthropological Research Foundation, his initial encounter took place in 1957 when he came face to face with what he calls a “giant gorilla.”

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How the Largest Flying Bird of All Time Stayed Airborne

How the Largest Flying Bird of All Time Stayed Airborne

See the original article here: How the Largest Flying Bird of All Time Stayed Airborne With a 24-foot wingspan, how did the prehistoric Pelagornis sandersi, the largest known flying bird of all time, manage to fly so well? It relied on two key factors: a light frame and an ability to soar with the ocean currents. From: WORLD’S BIGGEST BEASTS

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Mysterious Giant Egg – First Ever Found in Antarctica

“The Thing” – Analysis of Mysterious Giant Egg, the First Ever Found in Antarctica

See the original article here: “The Thing” – Analysis of Mysterious Giant Egg, the First Ever Found in Antarctica In 2011, Chilean scientists discovered a mysterious fossil in Antarctica that looked like a deflated football. For nearly a decade, the specimen sat unlabeled and unstudied in the collections of Chile’s National Museum of Natural History, with scientists identifying it only

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“Exceptionally Preserved” Dinosaur Remains Reveal Surprising Remnants In Its Stomach

“Exceptionally Preserved” Dinosaur Remains Reveal Surprising Remnants In Its Stomach

The holotype specimen on display at the Royal Tyrell Museum More than 110 million years ago, a lumbering 1,300-kilogram, armor-plated dinosaur ate its last meal, died, and was washed out to sea in what is now northern Alberta. This ancient beast then sank onto its thorny back, churning up mud in the seabed that entombed it—until its fossilized body was

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