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A 95-million-year-old amber deposit is adding newfound fungus, insects, spiders, nematode worms, and bacteria to the portrait of an ancient ecosystem also shared by dinosaurs, scientists say. Amber is hardened, fossilized tree sap whose glassy, jewel-like and yellowish form often contains small creatures trapped from the time of its origin and preserved nearly perfectly. The newfound deposit, dated to the Cretaceous era that was the last major period of the dinosaurs, is reported to be the first major discovery of its kind from Africa. The finding may also provide insights into the rise and diversification of flowering plants during the Cretaceous, researchers say. While some of the authors worked on the geological setting and the fossils entombed within the amber, Nascimbene, with Kenneth Anderson of Southern Illinois University, studied the amber itself. Other team members discovered 30 insects and spiders trapped in the amber from thirteen families of organisms.
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Intriguing pictures have been released after a BBC documentary team were given exclusive behind the scenes access to the Natural History Museum and its treasures, in Kensington, London.
The 8.62m giant squid called Archie was caught off the coast of the Falkland Islands in March 2004.
Mauritius has suffered many extinctions, but the museum's scientists are helping identify the species which used to live there and can be returned. During the series scientists solved a 120 year-old mystery: the origin of a few strange holes on a giant goliath beetle specimen (Goliathus goliatus). X-rays reveal a shotgun pellet still inside the beetle, lodged by a 19th Century insect collector who shot the giant insect, which was flying high in the tree canopy. The series inspired palaeontology curator Dr Paul Taylor to unravel the origins of this 2m long fossil (Dinocochlea), a century-long mystery. Among the details revealed: Simon Masrani, played by “The Amazing Spider-Man” actor Irrfan Khan, is the inheritor and leader of a company called Masrani Global, primarily an oil company, but also the business that owns Jurassic Park.
A report by 20 scientists on the discovery, in the current issue of the research journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, reconstructs an ancient tropical forest uncovered in present-day Ethiopia.
They found that the resin that seeped from these Cretaceous Gondwanan trees is similar chemically to more recent ambers from flowering plants in Miocene deposits found in Mexico and the Dominican Republic. These fossils represent some of the earliest African fossil records for a variety of types, including wasps, barklice, moths, beetles, a primitive ant, a rare insect called a zorapteran, and a sheet-web weaving spider. Someone posted a video review on YouTube recently of them, also a believe Anonymous acquired some, correct? Dippy's 292 bones take centre stage in the main hall of the museum where he has been held for 100 years. This is Wallace's golden birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera croesus) collected by Alfred Russel Wallace himself on the Indonesian island of Batchian (Bacan) in 1859.
The echo parakeet in Mauritius is being helped as scientists use DNA data from museum specimens to build stronger and more genetically diverse populations of the species.

Here, presenter Mark Carwardine shows an Aldabra giant tortoise that has been reintroduced to the island. The holes are larger than the white flecks, with two on the beetle's left and one on the right. He found that it was not a giant snail, but a rock formation (concretion) formed around the burrow of a worm. The amber's chemical designation is Class Ic, and it is the only Ic fossil resin discovered thus far from the Cretaceous. Parasitic fungi that lived on the trees were also found, as well as filaments of bacteria and the remains of flowering plants and ferns.
The museum's Stuart Hine suggests that insects may provide a food source for the world's rapidly growing population. We'll know in a few years I guess ^^But the best part, no more impossible to hide dino damage! Run everywhere and look for Dinosaur meal.If you ever wondered what it would be like to take control of a Dinosaur, this is your chance. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.

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