How T. rex’s powerful bite crushed dino bones to a pulp

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How T. rex’s powerful bite crushed dino bones to a pulp

Washington Post
A dog, when gnawing on a favorite bone, slices it with its molars. If the pooch instead had a crocodile’s snout and gap teeth, crunching bones would be out of the question.

NASA’s EPIC view spots flashes on Earth

Sun glints off atmospheric ice crystals (circled in red) in this view captured by NASA’s EPIC instrument on NOAA’s DISCOVR satellite.

New dinosaur fossil so well-preserved it looks like a statue

Before being assembled into something recognizable at a museum, most dinosaur fossils look to the casual observer like nothing more than common rocks.

How an Uninhabited Island Got the World’s Highest Density of Trash

National Geographic
Henderson Island lies in the South Pacific, halfway between New Zealand and Chile. No one lives there. It is about as far away from anywhere and anyone on Earth.

Dinosaurs might have lived if asteroid had hit minutes later

New York Post
Scientists believe they have proved a huge asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs – and say they would have survived if it had struck just moments earlier or later.

Indonesia “sea monster” is finally identified

CBS News
Monster of the deep? Or just a really funky dead whale? Crazy-looking fish from the deep sea. 35 Photos. Crazy-looking fish from the deep sea.

Iconic penguin species could go extinct

Sky News Australia
An iconic species of penguin could be extinct on the New Zealand mainland in less than 40 years unless urgent action is taken, researchers say.

You can send your loved one’s ashes into space on Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket for $2500

The capsule containing the ashes will orbit the Earth for two years before re-entering the atmosphere “as as shooting star”.

A 2000-year-old computer called the Antikythera Mechanism helped the ancient Greeks understand their universe

The Verge
The world’s oldest known computer lay submerged for more than 2000 years off the treacherous coast of the Greek island of Antikythera.

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