- Gadsden native Elizabeth McFarland to do internship at National Museum of
- Elizabeth McFarland stands with a Basilosaurus, Alabama´s state fossil. It hangs in the grand gallery of the Alabama Museum of Natural History.
- Prehistoric Feeding Frenzy: Basilosaurus Eats Smaller Whale And Gets Eaten By
- Scientists have found a carcass of a Basilosaurus whale that appeared to have eaten another smaller whale. The researchers said that both whales looked like it was subsequently eaten by sharks.The 40 million-year-old whale measuring about 60 feet in ...
- Basilosaurus the Bone-Crusher
- And in the pages of PLOS ONE, Eric Snively, Julia Fahlke, and Robert Welsh have brought another superlative chomper to attention – the early whale Basilosaurus. The inspiration for the study came from damaged bones. In 2012 Fahlke published a paper on ...
- Ark: Survival Evolved's "Explorer Notes" will bring its history to light
- “We also want to see how the game evolves with further additions, so we can finalize what our remaining batch of creatures (Basilosaurus anyone?) will be and what they'll bring to the Ark,” it wrote.
- Beefy Bones and a Big Bite for the Ancient Whale Basilosaurus
- Although its name sounds rather dinosaurian, Basilosaurus was in fact one of the first extinct whales to make a splash in humanity's perception of the past.
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