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#Dinosaurs Roar Again, Now Including a Focus on #ClimateChange | @AGU_Eos | #fossils #DeepTime

An article introducing the newly renovated fossil hall at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History that features spectacular fossils and includes a theme of human impact on life on Earth. The article includes a sneak peek video and sections on: the Koch gift, transformation of the hall, and the human connection to the exhibit.


#Ocean Through Time | @OceanPortal | #DeepTime

An illustrated overview of how the ocean evolved over time from the Precambrian to the Present Day, including human exploitation The article also includes an overview of the Smithsonian's collections and research.

Meet the #Dinosaurs of ‘Deep Time' | @NMNH | @SmithsonianMag | #DeepTime

A suummary of six standout dinosaur mounts at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History's new Deep Time exhibit. These include: T. rex, Triceratops, Camarasaurus, Allosaurus, Diplodocus, and Stegosaurus. For each, the dinosaur, the fossil itself, and reseach/questions are discussed.

A new old home for the nations #dinosaurs | @wapo | #DeepTime

A brief review of the initial Hall of Fossils at the Smithsonian's NMNH with subsequent renovations. The new Deep Time exhibit is presented with a brief virtual tour, followed by the article that focuses on the changes--including a focus on human involvement, climate change, and updates on displays from advances in science and technology. A virtual display of the exhibits's centerpiece, Nation's T. rex and Hatcher the triceratops, is included.

After 66 million years, a T. rex makes its grand debut | @wapo video | @NMNH #DeepTime

The epic journey of the Nation's T. rex, from its discovery to its installation at Smithonian's NMNH Deep Time exhibit.

Tyrannosaurus rex | @NMNH @3D_Digi_SI | #3D

You too can have your own 3D copy of the Nation's T. rex killing or scavenging a Triceratops.

PBDB Navigator

PBDB Navigator allows users to explore the Paleobiology Database through space, time, and taxonomy with the use of an interactive map and timeline.

Dinosaurs May Have Danced Like Lovebirds To Woo Their Mates | #dinosaur #tracks

Newly discovered footprints and scrape marks found at Colorado locations might be linked to the mating ritual. Nature's scientific report:

Sea Monsters - Interactive | @NatGeo | #paleo

Monsters of the Ancient Sea - seriously cool interactive by @NatGeo

This timeline shows the entire history of the Universe, and where it's headed | ScienceAlert | #deeptime #infographic

Created by Slovak graphic designer Martin Vargic, the Timeline of the Universe covers the past 13.8 billion years of space, and then plots out what's likely to occur in the next 10 billion or so. He's even separated everything out into things that affect space, Earth, life, and humanity. A direct link to the infographic is provided as well as links to Android and iOS apps.