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Nature: China's dinosaur hunter - The ground breaker
China's dinosaur hunter: The ground breaker
  As he revolutionizes ideas about dinosaur evolution, Xing Xu is helping to make china into a palaeontological powerhouse.
  Kerri Smith1
  05 September 2012
  Xing Xu stands among the remains of duck-billed dinosaurs in Zhucheng, China. (LOU LINWEI)
  Palaeonto...
LiveScience:Skull Confirms Older Origin for 'Living Fossil' Fish
A group of ancient fish, called coelacanths, have changed so little over time they are known as "living fossils." Now, the remains of a skull found in the Yunnan Province of China, confirms these creatures have been around, largely unchanged, for more than 400 million years.
  Once thought to have died out at roug...
Scientific American (blog):Report from Former U.S. Marine Hints at Whereabouts of Long-Lost Peking Man Fossils
By Kate Wong | March 22, 2012
  Replica of one of the Peking Man fossils. Image: Yan Li, via Wikimedia Commons
  In the 1930s archaeologists working at the site of Zhoukoudian near Beijing recovered an incredible trove of partial skulls and other bones representing some 40 individuals that would eventually be as...
THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DINOSAUR EGGS AND BABIES
People's Daily:Smuggled dinosaur nest may be a fake
By Cheng Yingqi (China Daily) 09:28, February 09, 201
  Experts' opinions differ over veracity and worth of fossil back in China
  BEIJING - A well-preserved nest of fossilized dinosaur eggs that was smuggled to the United States but returned to China may not be as valuable as first believed.
  The 22 eggs ar...
IVPP ZHOU Zhonghe Elected Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences

  Dr. ZHOU Zhonghe, professor and director of Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), was elected member of Chinese Academy of Sciences, according to the announcement released by CAS on 9th of December, 2011.
  The Chinese Academy of Sciences announc...
The Economist: What Dinosaurs Ate--The Belly of the Beast
LiveScience:Feathers Preserved in Amber Reveal Colorful, 'Fluffy' Dinosaurs
By Jennifer Welsh | LiveScience.com – Thu, Sep 15, 2011
  About 80 million years ago, the flap of wings in a conifer forest let loose feathers that floated through the air before sticking to globs of shining tree sap below.
  Researchers in Western Canada have discovered these slicks of solidified sap, known as...
Chang-Kang HU Passed Away at Age 83

  Photography by Dr. Jin Meng in 2010
  Paleontologist whose studies of Quaternary mammal fossils excavated at Choukoutien, Beijing, the famous site of Homo erectus (Sinanthropus pekinensis) belong to the important research works in the field of Chinese paleontology. Chang-Kang Hu was the wife of Tung-Sheng Liu...
Sino-American Expedition Produced Birch Mouse Ancestor in Inner Mongolia

  Fig.1: Sicista primus, a new species of birch mice, identified from 17 tiny teeth from Early Miocene deposits in the central region of Inner Mongolia. (Credit: Yuri Kimura/Southern Methodist University)
  A Sino-American scientific team, sponsored by the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropol...
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