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Sauropod Tail Bone: Shake It If You Got It

The enormous sauropods didn’t just have long necks—they also had very long tails.

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California Lilac 5: Hold the Water

This blue-flowered survivor is as pretty as she is tough—she can weather drought and grow to 15 feet.

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Arroyo Willow 5: Nature's Nurse

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Arroyo Willow 5: Nature's Nurse

Thank this plant and its gnarly roots for the acid used to make aspirin.

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Ostrich Comparative Specimen

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Ostrich Comparative Specimen

To trace bird ancestry, we compare their anatomy using specimens like this, to ancient dinosaur fossils.

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Yellow Flowering Currant 3

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Yellow Flowering Currant 3

The plant’s nectar is a popular palate pleaser for hummingbirds and other winged drinkers.

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Bear-Dog Skull: Neither Bear Nor Dog

This skull was discovered in Red Rock Canyon, and is about 12.5 million years old.

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Preprismatoolithus Egg 5

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Preprismatoolithus Egg 5

Eggs and nests provide clues to how dinosaurs reproduced and cared for their babies.

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A Whale of a Meal: Fossil Stomach Contents

Found in Pinkston Hill, Mississippi, these stomach contents are from an ancient whale.

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Yellow Flowering Currant 6

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Yellow Flowering Currant 6

The plant’s nectar is a popular palate pleaser for hummingbirds and other winged drinkers.

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Spheroolithus Egg 1

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Spheroolithus Egg 1

This is part of a Chinese fossil discovery

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Coast Live Oak Tree 1: Give Me Shelter

Early Native Americans used acorns from this long-lived tree for food and its canopy as a sun block.

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California Sagebrush: Nature's Perfume

A sunflower’s cousin, the wonderfully fragrant, fine-textured foliage hugs the state’s foothills and coasts.

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T. rex Coprolite Cast: What's the Poop?

It sounds funny but this "dino poop," which contains duckbill dinosaur remains, reveals ancient food chains.

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Pink Flowering Currant 1

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Pink Flowering Currant 1

But you'll have to compete with mockingbirds and cedar waxwings for the edible, blue-black berries.

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Ancient Bison Foot: Run, Don't Walk

This Tar Pits fossil cast shows how these creatures ran — on the tips of their huge middle and ring fingers.

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Edmontosaurus Foot: Lumbering Through Montana

Look at this hefty metatarsal, and you can almost imagine its owner stomping around 67-65 million years ago.

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Theropod Claw: A Colorado Contribution

The medium-sized theropod probably used his claws to catch prey and defend himself from the big guys.

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Western Horse Tooth: Clues to Ancient Mysteries

Did you know that if a paleontologist could have one part of an ancient animal to study, it would be teeth?

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Ankylosaur Scute 1: Dino Suit of Armor

This piece of plating protected its owner against attacks from predators looking for their next meal.

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U.S. Percussion Rifle: Gets the Big Guns

This weapon was used by U.S. troops in the Mexican-American War.

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