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  1. Things We Saw Today: Studio Ghibli Soot Sprite Leggings

    They're everywhere! (Etsy seller Tohnik, via Fashionably Geek)

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Pumpkin Tyrannosaurs Will Eat You and Your Latte

    Yeah but when Starbucks breaks down, the baristas don't eat the tourists.

    Want a carved pumpkin that will only get scarier as it decomposes? Villafane Studios crafted this one for the Field Station: Dinosaurs park in New Jersey. (via That's Nerdalicious)

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  3. New Study Closes the Evolutionary Gap Between Dinosaurs and Birds

    Hold onto your butts.

    Science has known for a while that birds and dinosaurs are evolutionarily linked, but it's been difficult to establish a direct connection between today's birds and their giant, people-hungry ancestors. Now, a new study uses the existing fossil record and several recent finds of feathered dinosaurs to draw a direct connection, so now we know how they flocked this way.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Hogwarts House Skater Dresses

    5 points to everyone! EVERYONE!

    The perfect attire for your next weekend in Hogsmeade.

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  5. The Amazing Scientific Achievements of the Woman Who Kickstarted Paleontology

    "Thanks, Mary Anning." -Steven Spielberg [citation needed]

    Before Mary Anning and her contemporaries, it was still widely assumed that fossils were just remains from existing animals and not generally useful for science (nor put in the ground by Satan). Thought most of her work wound up being published by men because life in the early 19th century was awful, Anning made a ton of important discoveries—including what bezoar stones actually were, because she needed to see the dinosaurs' droppings.

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  6. Newly Discovered Pterosaur Named For Flying Avatar Creature

    Life finds a way.

    Movie Avatar, not cartoon Avatar. Ran and Shaw would've been too cool.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Cornetto Trilogy Figurines Have Got Some Red On ‘Em

    Let's just go to the Winchester and wait for all this to blow over.

    A Large Evil Corporation (excellent name is excellent) has produced three sets of highly-detailed vinyl figurines to honor Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's characters in each installment of the beloved Cornetto Trilogy.

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  8. New Dinosaur Is the Largest Land Animal Ever Found, Naturally Its Name Starts With “Dreadnought”

    Veggiesaurus, Lex!

    "Hey, we discovered a giant new dinosaur that weighed 130,000 pounds! What should we call it?" "I don't know. How about we name it after a battleship that weighed 40,000,000 pounds?" *High five.* Thus, Dreadnoughtus schrani got its name.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: History’s Sassiest Raptors

    We do move in herds!

    Spare no expense!

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  10. True Life: I Was A Babysitting Dinosaur

    Nobody leaves this place without singing the blues.

    As a young, money-grubbing middle schooler, I experienced a lot of babysitting-related anxiety. What if I dropped the kid on his head? What if it choked on some yoplait? What if an unnamed global catastrophe rendered its entire species extinct? For one babysitting dinosaur, the nightmare was real.

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  11. Become a Paleontologist Online With the University of Alberta

    I hope it's as easy as becoming a minister online.

    If you hate back to school time, we've got a bit of good news: This year brings with it the opportunity to study dinosaurs online for free. University of Alberta has an online course in paleobiology that anyone can join as long as their relationship with computers is better than Dr. Grant's.

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Who Needs Hogsmeade, Oreo May Have A Butterbeer Flavor

    If these taste remotely like rootbeer I'm calling shenanigans.

    Someone alerted us to these cookies via e-mail, but there's no confirmation yet from Nabisco if this package is real or just photoshopped by someone with a Mirror of Erised.

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  13. New Dinosaur Pterosaur Caiuajara dobruskii Discovered in Mass Grave

    That crest tho...

    A new species of dinosaur has been discovered in Brazil in what is essentially a mass dinosaur graveyard. 47 skeletons of the pterosaur dubbed Caiuajara dobruskii were found at the site. Hey scientists, are you guys sure you put the bones back together right? That head crest is bonkers. Caiuajara dobruskii apparently turned in flight the same way as The Rocketeer.

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  14. Tyrannosaurus May Have Hunted in Groups According to New Evidence

    They're hunting in packs. They do hunt in packs.

    The T-Rex has a reputation for being a bit of a loner. So much so that it's difficult to find a picture on Flickr of two of them together, but that may not have been the case. According to new footprint evidence found in British Columbia they may have hunted in family groups. Silly T-Rex. Don't you know you should travel single file to hide your numbers?

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  15. Facebook Users Shame Spielberg for Hunting Triceratops

    A meme 21 years in the making.

    Just how gullible is the Internet?

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  16. Things We Saw Today: Sir Ian McKellen As A Geriatric Sherlock Holmes

    Moriarty? You shall not pass!

    Ian McKellen has revealed the first image of him as a 93-year-old Sherlock in A Slight Trick of the Mind, and yep, he looks pretty much perfect.

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  17. The Doubleclicks Explain Growing Up…With Dinosaurs!

    Dinosaurs are just really big chickens, after all.

    The Doubleclicks released a new song using dinosaurs to explain that growing up doesn't mean having to act like it.

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  18. Geeky Jewelry For If You Want to Wear a Dinosaur Around Your Neck

    hold on to your butts

    And who doesn't, amirite? Etsy seller ChimericGarnish also has other geeky necklaces, included but not limited to: Fractals. Chemistry. And a visual representation of the TARDIS' iconic VWORP VWORP. Check 'em out behind the jump.

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  19. Man Given Three-Month-Jail Sentence for Trying to Smuggle Dinosaur Bones Into U.S.

    Those belong in a museum! You know... with the proper paperwork!

    "Fossil Dealer" sounds like a really cool title to put on a business card, but as with all professions that deal with trading and bartering, you've got to make sure what you're selling is legit. Yes, that includes dinosaur bones. You don't get to deliberately ignore customs just because your merchandise been dead for millions of years.

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  20. Jurassic World Director Opens Up About Crazy Rumors: They’re All True, Mostly

    hold on to your butts

    Last week saw the appearance of a whole host of crazy Jurassic World plot and story rumors that we were considerably skeptical of. Chris Pratt's character training "good" dinosaurs to fight "bad" dinosaurs and a genetically engineered super dinosaur to up the stakes. Director Colin Trevorrow spoke to /Film because he felt he need to clear up some of the misconceptions that these rumors are spreading about the movie. Turns out, everything is mostly true, but also less crazy sounding.

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