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First Occurrence of a Giant Sea Cow (cf. Hydrodamalis cuestae) from the Pliocene Pico Formation of Santa Clarita, Southern California. Frederico, Charles, Jr.; McLain, Matthew A. Dec 1, 2021 1298
ISOTOPIC PALEOECOLOGY OF A TOXODONT (MIXOTOXODON LARENSIS) FROM MICHOACAN, MEXICO. Perez-Crespo, Victor Adrian; Arroyo-Cabrales, Joaquin; Guzman, Ana Fabiola; Morales-Puente, Pedro; C Report Mar 1, 2019 2074
Should We Bring Back Extinct Species? Novak, Ben J.; Bennett, Joseph Dec 11, 2017 2294
Dorcatherium (Mammalia: Tragulidae) from Lower Siwaliks of Dhok Bun Amir Khatoon, Punjab, Pakistan. Khan, Muhammad Akbar; Abbas, Sayyed Ghyour; Babar, Muhammad Adeeb; Kiran, Sabah; Riaz , Ayesha; Akht Report Jun 30, 2017 3716
Climate claims new victim. Brief article Sep 22, 2016 296
Extinct salmon sported tusks: fossils show fish's teeth were not like saber-toothed cat's. Milius, Susan Brief article Feb 6, 2016 339
New Remains of Tragulids (Mammalia Tragulidae) from the Dhok Pathan Formation of Hasnot (Late Miocene) Pakistan. Batool, Arifa; Khan, Muhammad Akbar; Akhtar, Muhammad; Qureshi, Naureen Aziz Report Oct 31, 2014 6047
Back from the dead. Mark, Jason Cover story Sep 22, 2013 5536
Frog once thought extinct resurfaces. Rosen, Meghan Brief article Jun 29, 2013 157
The Second Cooing: Raising Passenger Pigeons From The Dead. Bethge, Philip Brief article Apr 24, 2013 204
Dear Earthtalk: What is the "de-extinction" movement all about? Mar 17, 2013 564
What's good for frogs: may be good for your wallet. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 146
A planet without apes? Only five kinds of apes remain, and they all face possible extinction. Mitani, John C. Cover story Dec 12, 2011 867
Cat eyes: the eastern cougar has been declared extinct. So why do sightings of the animal persist? Ketcham, Christopher Jun 22, 2011 3987
The dummies guide to promoting wildlife conservation in the Middle East: telling tales of unicorns and ossifrages to save the hawk and leopard. Bailey, Tom Report Jun 1, 2011 4586
CHEEK TEETH OF LISTRIODON PENTAPOTAMIAE FROM THE LOWER SIWALIK HILLS OF PUNJAB, PAKISTAN. Report Dec 31, 2010 3265
Driven to extinction: the role of humans in the megafaunal disappearances at the end of the last ice age is still debated, but other extinctions throughout history seem to be clearly related to human settlement. Brief article Dec 19, 2009 149
Ancient beavers did not eat trees: now-extinct giant creatures had hippopotamus-like diet. Perkins, Sid Brief article Nov 21, 2009 193
Lost Animals: A Book of Hours. Day, David (Canadian writer) Collection Jun 22, 2009 2634
Earlier water-to-land transition found. Jun 1, 2009 550
Numbers in the news. Brief article Apr 13, 2009 120
A mammoth comeback. Brief article Jan 12, 2009 193
Now available in color: fossils: pigment may have been preserved in feathers. Castelvecchi, Davide Aug 2, 2008 337
A small salvage excavation in Windjana Gorge, Kimberley, Western Australia. O'Connor, Sue; Aplin, Ken; Collins, Sophie Report Jul 1, 2008 4676
Lions in the Tower. Brief article May 1, 2008 103
Transparent animals may play overlooked role in the oceans. Madin, Kate Aug 1, 2006 535
Did humans kill off ancient wild horses? Brief article Aug 1, 2006 179
Tiger tiger: Susie Green finds in the fate of the last truly wild community of Bengal tigers a metaphor for humanity's treatment of the planet. Green, Susie Jun 1, 2006 2496
Extinction risks pinpointed. Mastny, Lisa Mar 1, 2006 430
Lost and found. Brief Article Jul 1, 2005 192
Alaskan horses shrank, then disappeared. Perkins, S. Nov 15, 2003 491
Thylacine reborn? (Oceania). Brief Article Sep 22, 2002 124
Are they really extinct? Searches for plants and animals so rare that they may not be there at all. Milius, Susan Mar 16, 2002 2195
CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS? Dec 1, 2001 341
Star turn for ocean dinosaurs. Brief Article Mar 1, 2001 106
The Killing Fields. MONASTERSKY, RICHARD Dec 4, 1999 1283
Ancient people sparked die-offs down under. Monastersky, R. Brief Article Jan 9, 1999 712
Paleoethological reconstruction and taphonomy of Equus lambei from the Bluefish Caves, Yukon Territory, Canada. Burke, A.; Cinq-Mars, J. Jun 1, 1998 7251
Troubled homecoming: through reintroduction programs, predators are returning to the wild, challenging our expectations and fears. Motavalli, Jim Mar 1, 1998 4667
Ghost grizzlies. Petersen, David Jan 1, 1997 1077
What lurks inside a dinosaur's nose? Monastersky, Richard Brief Article Nov 18, 1995 244
Do cougars exist in the east? Bolgiano, Chris Jan 1, 1995 1640
Aurochs. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 114
Call that bird 'Sir.' (paleontology) Monastersky, Richard Nov 18, 1989 392
Did pygmy hippos make a good meal? Jul 9, 1988 140
Distinctions between extinctions. Feb 1, 1986 311
And shocked mineral grains. Weisburd, Stefi Nov 9, 1985 321
Could dinosaurs have survived asteroid? Weisburd, Stefi Sep 7, 1985 565
Telling a quagga by its stripes. Miller, Julie Ann Aug 3, 1985 396

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