|In 1992, San Diego Natural History Museum paleontologists discovered the fossil remains of a mastodon, including its bones, molars and tusks, which show evidence of modification by early humans. Radiometric dating of the site completed in 2014|
|You'll soon be able to take a hands-on tour of London's Natural History Museum with famed naturalist Sir David Attenborough, right from the comfort of your couch. ... With production set for later this year, "Hold the World" does not yet have a launch|
|Retired San Diego Natural History Museum paleontologist Richard Cerutti (left) and curator of paleontology and director of PaleoServices Dr. Tom Deméré (right) looking at mastodon bones salvaged at the Cerutti Mastodon site. / Photo by Kate Johnson|
|THIS year's Wild Fair at Oxford University Museum of Natural History will be held on Saturday, June 3.|
|The evidence we found at this site indicates that some hominin species was living in North America 115,000 years earlier than previously thought," said Judy Gradwohl, president and chief executive officer of the San Diego Natural History Museum, whose|
|Photo: Richard Cerutti, retired PaleoServices Field Paleontologist (left) and Dr. Tom Demere, Curator of Paleontology, San Diego Natural History Museum (right), with mastodon tusk. April 27, 2017 (San Diego) -- Discovery of a ... Since its initial|
|The moment I read the phrase, “Tyrannosaurus rex was a sensitive lover, new dinosaur discovery suggests,” I thought it sounded like the opening line to a |
|Today, news broke that Berger's team has finally found a way to date the fossils. In an interview published by National Geographic magazine, Berger revealed that the H. naledi fossils are between 300,000 and 200,000 years old. “This is astonishingly|
|That “phenomenal confirmation,” said Deméré, was really found in the mid-1990s by San Diego Natural History Museum scientists while exhuming the Late Pleistocene Cerutti Mastodon site in seaside San Diego County, California. Endeavors to precisely|
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