Jurassic Park
Jurassic Updates
 
Alright - it's time for some updates on Jurassic World: Raptor poster, T-Rex head.
 
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World
The Concordia is on its Final Journey
 
Today the final stage of probably the most ambitious maritime salvage operation in history has started: the Costa Concordia is being towed to Genoa, where it will be scrapped.
 
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Gran Turismo
Isle of Man Scanned For GT7?
 
GTPlanet reports that the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy Circuit (a famous motorcycle course across public roads on the Isle of Man) is eventually being scanned for Gran Turismo 7.
 
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New Microraptorine Discovered in China
 
Paleontologists from China, the United States and South Africa have described a new species of microraptorine that lived in China about 125 million years ago: Changyuraptor yangi.
 
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Cars
New Supra to Share Platform With Z4
 
According to Nikkei daily, the hyped Toyota FT-1 concept will make it to production as the next generation of the Supra in 2017, sharing its platform with the BMW Z4.
 
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World
Concordia-Wreck is Afloat!
 
Yesterday, the Micoperi-Titan Consortium raised the wreck of the Costa Concordia.
 
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Paleontology
Scansoriopteryx Finally Challenges Dino-Bird-Link
 
Scansoriopteryx heilmanni, a sparrow-sized early bird pre-dating Archaeopteryx, is no theropod dinosaur, a new study finds.
 
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Jurassic Park
Is That Jurassic World's Raptor?
 
A photo of a muzzled Jurassic-World-raptor has been posted to Instagram.
 
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Nature
Red Kangaroos Use Tail as Fifth Leg
 
A new study on the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) shows that the kangaroo tail propels and powers pentapedal locomotion.
 
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Paleontology
The Arctic Fox Has its Origin in Tibet
 
A newly discovered fossil of a 5 to 3-million-year-old fox (Vulpes qiuzhudingi) indicates that the modern day arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) has its origins in the Tibetan plateau during the ice age.
 
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