Random good picture Not show
(1) British paleontologist who worked in Tanzania.
(2) He's a paleontologist and a world authority on fossils.
(3) In the summer of 1988 paleontologists in western Colorado uncovered the 135-million-year-old pelvis and vertebrae of Supersaurus.
(4) Both are about modern paleontologists who encounter groups of hominids thought extinct for eons.
(5) Despite a few dissenters, paleontologists generally agree that dinosaurs were forerunners of modern birds, rather than reptiles.
(6) Paleontologists have found many transitional fossils representing intermediate forms in the evolution of one major form of life into another.
(7) It is only the natural caution of paleontologists that prevents them from jumping to startling conclusions.
(8) Sereno is a well - known paleontologist.
(9) Paul Sereno is a paleontologist and professor at the University of Chicago.
(10) One person, the paleontologist Louis Leakey, who had recruited her to the task up in Nairobi, believed she might succeed.
(11) Specifically, paleontologist Mark Purnell of the University of Leicester in England and his colleagues found four sets of striations oriented in different directions on the teeth of Edmontosaurus.
(12) Paleontologist Dave Raup postulates that 75 percent of all extinction events were caused by asteroid impacts.
(13) University of Washington paleontologist Peter Ward correlated the gap with changes in atmospheric oxygen levels found from studies of the geochemistry of the rock layers...
(14) David Hone is a paleontologist at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology of China in Beijing.
(15) Paul Sereno, a paleontologist at the University of Chicago, adding the toe claw to the skeleton of the new tyrannosaur Raptorex.
(16) At one of the seven outdoor and museum stops[sentencedict.com], professional paleontologists will help families dig for fossils.
(17) A museum allows visitors to watch an ongoing excavation by paleontologists.
(18) I really like things having to do with sea level, being a paleontologist.
(19) There were three distinctive characteristics about the archosaurs that paleontologists discovered marked them off from their antecedents.
(20) The differences among the trilobites of different ages can be used by paleontologists to date these rocks.
(21) The little chimp was named for Louis Leakey, the legendary paleontologist who sent Jane Goodall to the forests of Gombe, Tanzania, to study chimpanzees.
(22) "I support the concept of a widespread ancestral species, Homo heidelbergensis, " Stringer, a paleontologist at the Natural History Museum of London, told Discovery News.
(23) One bit I found — a flashbulb, still unpopped, made me feel like a paleontologist.
(24) "Of course, small, cute, furry animals like ground squirrels are also highly cannibalistic," added Longrich, who is a paleontologist at Yale University.
(25) "What's striking is how fast the extinction was," says paleontologist Douglas Erwin of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.(sentencedict.com/paleontologist.html), a co-author on the paper.
(26) Within a few months of her arrival, Goodall met the famed anthropologist and paleontologist Louis Leakey.
(27) "We feel that A. sediba might be a Rosetta Stone for defining for the first time what the genus Homo is, " said paleontologist Lee Berger of the University of Witwatersrand.
(28) I did give up a career in basketball to become a paleontologist!
More similar words: apologist, ecologist, psychologist, ornithologist, herpetology, apologize, ecological, theological, biological, ideological, technological, archeological, chronological, psychological, entomology, ornithological, terminological, epistemology, ecological succession, smile on, napoleon, chameleon, pale, logic, palette, logical, logically, gist, pistol, illogical.