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Titanis walleri - now extinct for 2 million years

Titanis walleri - now extinct for 2 million years

yorkshire.images posted a photo:  Ginkgo biloba  Valley Gardens, Harrogate  "The maidenhair tree has been described as a ‘living fossil’ because it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees older than the dinosaurs.  This remarkable tree is known as a 'living fossil', as it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees that date back to beyond the time of the dinosaurs. Ginkgo fossils are common in the rocks of the Jurassic and Cretaceous, but today Ginkgo biloba is the only…

yorkshire.images posted a photo: Ginkgo biloba Valley Gardens, Harrogate "The maidenhair tree has been described as a ‘living fossil’ because it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees older than the dinosaurs. This remarkable tree is known as a 'living fossil', as it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees that date back to beyond the time of the dinosaurs. Ginkgo fossils are common in the rocks of the Jurassic and Cretaceous, but today Ginkgo biloba is the only…

yorkshire.images posted a photo:  Ginkgo biloba  Valley Gardens, Harrogate  "The maidenhair tree has been described as a ‘living fossil’ because it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees older than the dinosaurs.  This remarkable tree is known as a 'living fossil', as it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees that date back to beyond the time of the dinosaurs. Ginkgo fossils are common in the rocks of the Jurassic and Cretaceous, but today Ginkgo biloba is the only…

yorkshire.images posted a photo: Ginkgo biloba Valley Gardens, Harrogate "The maidenhair tree has been described as a ‘living fossil’ because it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees older than the dinosaurs. This remarkable tree is known as a 'living fossil', as it is the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees that date back to beyond the time of the dinosaurs. Ginkgo fossils are common in the rocks of the Jurassic and Cretaceous, but today Ginkgo biloba is the only…

Free Dinosaur Preschool Printable Set! Download a free dinosaur preschool printable set from 2 Teaching Mommies.

Free Dinosaur Preschool Printable Set

Free Dinosaur Preschool Printable Set! Download a free dinosaur preschool printable set from 2 Teaching Mommies.

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Hello, cute hats! Perfect for Halloween or just plain fun. Includes free pattern & directions.

Halloween Hat Pack – free fleece hat pattern of Dinosaur Cat Bear

Hello, cute hats! Perfect for Halloween or just plain fun. Includes free pattern & directions.

Built by Kids has great ideas and awesome DIY that is way beyond the scope of my building prowess but still, very cool.

Modern Kid Built Furniture from Sprout

Built by Kids has great ideas and awesome DIY that is way beyond the scope of my building prowess but still, very cool.

The link is to a neat folding open ended playspace/play house.  Love the concept of having it fold down for easy storage.

The link is to a neat folding open ended playspace/play house. Love the concept of having it fold down for easy storage.

NO BIG Deal, Just NASA reporting on 'Near Earth Objects'.  By-the-way, NASA actually gives the probability of asteroid impacts based upon calculated orbits of known threats.   The fun part is, they're finding new threats every week!  I'd say you should check it monthly, but really, if a major asteroid is going to strike Earth i'm sure 'Harry Stamper' will let us know :)

NO BIG Deal, Just NASA reporting on 'Near Earth Objects'. By-the-way, NASA actually gives the probability of asteroid impacts based upon calculated orbits of known threats. The fun part is, they're finding new threats every week! I'd say you should check it monthly, but really, if a major asteroid is going to strike Earth i'm sure 'Harry Stamper' will let us know :)

The universe is filled with galaxies. But to see them astronomers must look out beyond the stars of our own galaxy, the Milky Way. This colorful Hubble Space Telescopic portrait features spiral galaxy NGC 6384, about 80 million light-years away in the direction of the constellation Ophiuchus.

The universe is filled with galaxies. But to see them astronomers must look out beyond the stars of our own galaxy, the Milky Way. This colorful Hubble Space Telescopic portrait features spiral galaxy NGC 6384, about 80 million light-years away in the direction of the constellation Ophiuchus.

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