Paleontology

Why Does Anyone Still Search For The Loch Ness Monster?

Hugh Gray was taking his usual post-church walk around Loch Ness in Scotland on a November Sunday in 1933. His amble was disrupted when he saw something bobbing above the water two or three feet from him.  He quickly snapped several pictures of what he de ...

Article - The Conversation - Nov 10 2023 - 2:22pm

Sometimes A Fossil Plant Is A Fossil Baby Turtle

A new study re-examined these “plant” fossils from the mid-20th century and found that they weren’t plants at all: they were the fossilized remains of baby turtles. ...

Article - News Staff - Dec 8 2023 - 8:18am