Friday, October 16, 2015

In the News: A Celebration of Bones

Fig.1 chalicothere in a Miocene grassland
Credit: National Fossil Day™ 2015)

In honor of National Fossil Day this week, learn about exciting finds in paleontology and paleoanthropology. From human migration to climate change, these bones open a new window into ancient history:

  • Fossilized eggshells bring scientists one step closer to determining whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded or cold-blooded: “How To Take A Dinosaurs Temperature:” Science (13 October 2015)


  1. A Celebration of Bones is an exquisite journey into the fascinating world of osteology, beautifully blending science with art. The meticulous attention to detail in both the writing and presentation makes it a truly captivating experience. The author's passion for bones is evident on every page, transforming what might seem mundane into a celebration of the intricate and wondrous structures that support life. The book seamlessly weaves together informative content with a delightful narrative style, making it accessible to both enthusiasts and those new to the subject. A Celebration of Bones not only educates but also inspires a newfound appreciation for the skeletal marvels that shape our existence. It's a testament to the author's skill in making science engaging and enjoyable, leaving readers with a sense of awe and gratitude for the bones that form the foundation of our being.

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