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Manufacturing A Model of Australovenator

Australovenator wintonensis, Australia’s iconic theropod, roamed the land in the Late Cretaceous. Evidence of this predator ferocity is found most famously in the Lark Quarry Trackway near Winton, Queensland, which preserves a stampede of hundreds of dinosaur thought to have been running away at great speed as an Australovenator descended upon a watering hole to …

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Manufacturing Model of Australovenator

Australovenator wintonensis, Australia’s iconic theropod, roamed the land in the Late Cretaceous. Evidence of this predator ferocity is found most famously in the Lark Quarry Trackway near Winton, Queensland, which preserves a stampede of hundreds of dinosaur thought to have been running away at great speed as an Australovenator descended upon a watering hole to …

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Stromatolites of the Strelley Pool Formation

The Strelley Pool Formation is a sub-section of depositional environments occurring across 11 greenstone belts and spanning 30,000 square kilometers in the east of the Pilbara Craton, Western Australia1. A craton is a portion of a continent, in this case an Archean age sub-continent, of geological stability. The Strelley Pool Formation is located between two …

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Amethyst Facts

Amethyst Facts Amethyst is a variety of quartz, or silicon dioxide (SiO2). It is identified by its striking purple shade, ranging from the palest lilac with hints of pink to the deepest shades of violet and indigo.  Amethyst gets its colour from trace amounts of irradiated iron. This radiation emanates from within the earth, and …

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