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How Ivan Yefremov Found Dragon Cemetery and Why He Wrote Andromeda Nebula
On April 22, 1908, famous Russian writer and paleontologist Ivan Yefremov, the author of the Andromeda Nebula and other popular sci-fi books, was born. Interestingly enough, the classic of Russian science fiction contributed not less into science than into literature.
--30-04-2018--


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Traces of Massive Life Extinction on Earth Discovered in the Arctic
Traces of the Kellwasser Event, which occurred about 374 million years ago, have been found at the research station Samoylovsky Island in the delta of the Lena River.
--11-09-2017--
New Species of Ancient Sea Pangolin Found in Orenburg Region
Scientists established that the pangolins were 4 to 7 meters long and had a massive head and a strong neck.
--07-02-2016--
Archeologists: Arctic was Inhabited by People as Early as 45000 Years Ago
Researchers from St. Petersburg established that marks on bones of a mammoth found in the Arctic are traces of early mans hunting.
--18-01-2016--
Full Skeleton of Mammoth Ancestor Found in Yakutia
Paleontologists have unearthed a well-preserved full skeleton of the steppe mammoth that lived 500 thousand years ago.
--19-09-2015--
Yakut Scientists Study DNA of Extinct Woolly Rhinoceros
Russian and American scientists have started joint researches of the remains of a cub of the woolly rhinoceros.
--08-09-2015--
Tomsk Paleontologists to Restore Skeleton of Sauropod
Scientists of Tomsk State University are restoring the skeleton of a large herbivorous dinosaur.
--25-03-2015--
Worlds Only Woolly Rhinoceros Mummy Found in Yakutia
Local hunters have found a unique mummy of a woolly rhinoceros cub in Yakutia.
--27-02-2015--
Earlier Unknown Sea Pangolins Found in Orenburg Region
Scientists have found an earlier unknown sea pangolin species of the Upper Cretaceous period in the Orenburg Region.
--06-02-2015--
Remains of Woolly Rhinoceros Found in Bashkiria
Local dweller has found bones of the woolly rhinoceros in the Karmaskalin District of Bashkiria.
--02-12-2014--
Biggest Parrot Pangolin Found in Kemerovo Region
The largest of known parrot-beaked dinosaurs, Psittacosaurus, has been found by scientists in Shestakov Site in the Kemerovo Region.
--19-11-2014--
Remains of Biggest Sea Pangolin of Jurassic Period Found in Russia
Unknown species of Pliosaur - the largest marine reptile of the Jurassic Period - has been found in the Ryazan Region.
--30-09-2014--
Gigantic Ancient Reptile Skull Found in Yamal River
The fossils found by fishermen in the Ruta-Yu River in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area are remains of a huge prehistoric animal.
--23-09-2014--
Skeleton of Ancient Rhinoceros First Time Discovered in Russia
Russian archeologists have unearthed a Chilotherium rhinoceros skeleton in vicinities of Armavir in the Krasnodar Territory, the PaleoNews reports.
--29-01-2014--
Oldest Spider Discovered by Paleontologists in Rostov Region
Russian scientists have found the most ancient spider in coal formations of the Rostov Region. Its age makes about 315 million years.
--25-12-2013--





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