Month: October 2019




30,000 Snakes of Fort Livingstone

30,000 Snakes of Fort Livingstone

Spring reaches the Aspen Parklands of Western Canada. and the red-sided garter snake awakes from its winter slumber. In a handful of very rare locations such as here in east central Saskatchewan, thousands of snakes emerge at once. It’s the local geology the creates this unbelievable natural phenomenon. The red-sided garter snake is the most[…]

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What Was Dinosaur Skin Like?

What Was Dinosaur Skin Like?

Most dinosaur fossils are the bones and the teeth of the animal and it’s very rare when you get soft parts of the animals like skin and muscles preserved it takes a very special environmental circumstances but occasionally where you’re in the right environment, that lacks oxygen for the organisms that help decomposed the soft[…]

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