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  •  Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating
    2005年07月19日
    Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating

    July 19, 2005, Bruxelles, Belgium: Studies of the bones of a four-legged duck-billed dinosaur that lived 68 million years ago in what is now eastern Russia have revealed it probably broke its wrist (foreleg) during mating...Through inspection of the curvature of the bone and shape of the elbow, Filippo Bertozzoââ¬â¢s team from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences confirmed that the bone belonged to a herbivorous hadrosaur (Amurosaurus riabinini), which would have lived in herds of up to hundreds of individuals. .By analysing a digital reconstruction of the bone, and comparing its structure to similar bones belonging to uninjured A. riabinini individuals from the same fossil site, the team revealed that the dinosaur probably fell from an upright position, which caused a diagonal fracture at the end of the ulna (wrist). They believe that the injury would have occurred while it was mating or reaching for high leaves that formed part of its herbivorous diet - the only times it was likely not to be ...

    商品コード: 2022040200115

  •  Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating
    2005年07月19日
    Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating

    July 19, 2005, Bruxelles, Belgium: Studies of the bones of a four-legged duck-billed dinosaur that lived 68 million years ago in what is now eastern Russia have revealed it probably broke its wrist (foreleg) during mating...Through inspection of the curvature of the bone and shape of the elbow, Filippo Bertozzoââ¬â¢s team from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences confirmed that the bone belonged to a herbivorous hadrosaur (Amurosaurus riabinini), which would have lived in herds of up to hundreds of individuals. .By analysing a digital reconstruction of the bone, and comparing its structure to similar bones belonging to uninjured A. riabinini individuals from the same fossil site, the team revealed that the dinosaur probably fell from an upright position, which caused a diagonal fracture at the end of the ulna (wrist). They believe that the injury would have occurred while it was mating or reaching for high leaves that formed part of its herbivorous diet - the only times it was likely not to be ...

    商品コード: 2022040200151

  •  Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating
    2005年07月24日
    Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating

    July 24, 2005, Bruxelles, Belgium: Studies of the bones of a four-legged duck-billed dinosaur that lived 68 million years ago in what is now eastern Russia have revealed it probably broke its wrist (foreleg) during mating...Through inspection of the curvature of the bone and shape of the elbow, Filippo Bertozzoââ¬â¢s team from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences confirmed that the bone belonged to a herbivorous hadrosaur (Amurosaurus riabinini), which would have lived in herds of up to hundreds of individuals. .By analysing a digital reconstruction of the bone, and comparing its structure to similar bones belonging to uninjured A. riabinini individuals from the same fossil site, the team revealed that the dinosaur probably fell from an upright position, which caused a diagonal fracture at the end of the ulna (wrist). They believe that the injury would have occurred while it was mating or reaching for high leaves that formed part of its herbivorous diet - the only times it was likely not to be ...

    商品コード: 2022040200128

  •  Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating
    2005年07月24日
    Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating

    July 24, 2005, Bruxelles, Belgium: Studies of the bones of a four-legged duck-billed dinosaur that lived 68 million years ago in what is now eastern Russia have revealed it probably broke its wrist (foreleg) during mating...Through inspection of the curvature of the bone and shape of the elbow, Filippo Bertozzoââ¬â¢s team from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences confirmed that the bone belonged to a herbivorous hadrosaur (Amurosaurus riabinini), which would have lived in herds of up to hundreds of individuals. .By analysing a digital reconstruction of the bone, and comparing its structure to similar bones belonging to uninjured A. riabinini individuals from the same fossil site, the team revealed that the dinosaur probably fell from an upright position, which caused a diagonal fracture at the end of the ulna (wrist). They believe that the injury would have occurred while it was mating or reaching for high leaves that formed part of its herbivorous diet - the only times it was likely not to be ...

    商品コード: 2022040200137

  •  Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating
    2005年07月24日
    Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating

    July 24, 2005, Bruxelles, Belgium: Studies of the bones of a four-legged duck-billed dinosaur that lived 68 million years ago in what is now eastern Russia have revealed it probably broke its wrist (foreleg) during mating...Through inspection of the curvature of the bone and shape of the elbow, Filippo Bertozzoââ¬â¢s team from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences confirmed that the bone belonged to a herbivorous hadrosaur (Amurosaurus riabinini), which would have lived in herds of up to hundreds of individuals. .By analysing a digital reconstruction of the bone, and comparing its structure to similar bones belonging to uninjured A. riabinini individuals from the same fossil site, the team revealed that the dinosaur probably fell from an upright position, which caused a diagonal fracture at the end of the ulna (wrist). They believe that the injury would have occurred while it was mating or reaching for high leaves that formed part of its herbivorous diet - the only times it was likely not to be ...

    商品コード: 2022040200136

  •  Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating
    2007年04月03日
    Unlucky Hadrosaur Broke Limb While Mating

    April 3, 2007, Bruxelles, Belgium: Studies of the bones of a four-legged duck-billed dinosaur that lived 68 million years ago in what is now eastern Russia have revealed it probably broke its wrist (foreleg) during mating...Through inspection of the curvature of the bone and shape of the elbow, Filippo Bertozzoââ¬â¢s team from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences confirmed that the bone belonged to a herbivorous hadrosaur (Amurosaurus riabinini), which would have lived in herds of up to hundreds of individuals. .By analysing a digital reconstruction of the bone, and comparing its structure to similar bones belonging to uninjured A. riabinini individuals from the same fossil site, the team revealed that the dinosaur probably fell from an upright position, which caused a diagonal fracture at the end of the ulna (wrist). They believe that the injury would have occurred while it was mating or reaching for high leaves that formed part of its herbivorous diet - the only times it was likely not to be ...

    商品コード: 2022040200129

  •  「新華社」広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム
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    2021年01月22日
    「新華社」広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム

    中国広東省広州市の広東薬科大学でこのほど、2021最先端バイオ医薬国際シンポジウムが開かれた。中国やロシア、米国など6カ国の科学者が参加し、バイオ医薬分野における伝統医学理論と現代バイオテクノロジーのイノベーションと応用を焦点に議論を繰り広げた。ロシアのプーシチノ自然科学研究所にもサブ会場が設置された。(記者/楊淑馨)=配信日:2021(令和3)年1月22日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021012508470

  •  (1)広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム
    2021年01月22日
    (1)広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム

    18日、シンポジウムの会場。中国広東省広州市の広東薬科大学でこのほど、2021最先端バイオ医薬国際シンポジウムが開かれた。中国やロシア、米国など6カ国の科学者が参加し、バイオ医薬分野における伝統医学理論と現代バイオテクノロジーのイノベーションと応用を焦点に議論を繰り広げた。ロシアのプーシチノ自然科学研究所にもサブ会場が設置された。(広州=新華社配信)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年1月22日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021012203904

  •  (3)広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム
    2021年01月22日
    (3)広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム

    18日、シンポジウムの会場。中国広東省広州市の広東薬科大学でこのほど、2021最先端バイオ医薬国際シンポジウムが開かれた。中国やロシア、米国など6カ国の科学者が参加し、バイオ医薬分野における伝統医学理論と現代バイオテクノロジーのイノベーションと応用を焦点に議論を繰り広げた。ロシアのプーシチノ自然科学研究所にもサブ会場が設置された。(広州=新華社配信)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年1月22日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021012203903

  •  (2)広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム
    2021年01月22日
    (2)広東薬科大で最先端バイオ医薬の国際シンポジウム

    18日、シンポジウムの会場に設置された看板。中国広東省広州市の広東薬科大学でこのほど、2021最先端バイオ医薬国際シンポジウムが開かれた。中国やロシア、米国など6カ国の科学者が参加し、バイオ医薬分野における伝統医学理論と現代バイオテクノロジーのイノベーションと応用を焦点に議論を繰り広げた。ロシアのプーシチノ自然科学研究所にもサブ会場が設置された。(広州=新華社配信)= 配信日: 2021(令和3)年1月22日、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021012203905

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040303943

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304420

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304290

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304292

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304096

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304327

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304074

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304089

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304095

  •  300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave
    2022年03月03日
    300 Hyena Cub Skeletons Found In Prehistoric Cave

    March 3, 2022, Bruxelles, Belgium: Researchers from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, have recovered more than 300 skeletons of cave hyena cubs from a prehistoric cave in southern Belgium. The remarkable number of cub fossils suggests that the cave was regularly used as a birth den by cave hyena mothers, but also points towards a well-known phenomenon in nature: siblicide in times of food shortage and high competition..A team of international researchers re-examined a collection of thousands of prehistoric fossil remains from the Marie-Jeanne cave located near Dinant, Belgium. The site was originally excavated in 1943 by a team of Belgian paleontologists and were more recently dated by radiocarbon methods in Oxford. Results show that the site accumulated between 47,000 and 43,000 years ago. 15 different animal species were identified in this collection: horse, bison, woolly rhino, reindeer, as well as carnivore species such as wolf, cave bear, hyena a...

    商品コード: 2022040304203

  •  Scientists Discover Pterosaurs ‘Showed Off‘ With Feathers
    2022年04月20日
    Scientists Discover Pterosaurs ‘Showed Off‘ With Feathers

    April 20, 2022, Brazil: Pterosaurs, flying reptiles and close relatives of the dinosaurs, had feathers of different shapes and colours new research suggests. This has been proven by a 115 million year old Brazilian fossil, studied by a team of palaeontologists. ..Palaeontologist Aude Cincotta of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) says: ââ¬ÅOur study suggests that coloured feathers could already have appeared in the common ancestor of dinosaurs and pterosaurs.ââ¬â¢Ã¢â¬Â..The international team of palaeontologists and geologists has found new evidence that pterosaurs had feathers of various colours. The discovery provides more insight into the origin and function of primitive feathers. The researchers published their findings in Nature. ..The team from Brazil, Ireland, Belgium and France studied a 115 million-year-old pterosaur fossil from the Crato Formation in north-eastern Brazil. The fossil of this Tupandactylus imperator consists of the skull topped by an enormous crest of soft ti...

    商品コード: 2022042907288

  •  Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies
    2023年01月18日
    Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies

    January 18, 2023, Qubbat al-HawÃ, Egypt: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM**..Spanish archaeologists made an unusual discovery in southern Egypt: a still undisturbed tomb containing ten mummified crocodiles..Archaeologists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences were able to study the mummies. ââ¬ËAn extraordinary findââ¬â¢, says archaeozoologist Bea De Cupere (RBINS). Ancient Egyptians sacrificed crocodiles during rituals to their god Sobek..In 2019, archaeologists from the University of Jaén uncovered a tomb containing crocodile mummies in Qubbat al-HawÃÂ, a site near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. The small rock cut tomb contained five skeletons and five skulls of large crocodiles. It lies next to six other tombs in which dignitaries of the region were buried. They all date from the pre-ptolemaic era, before 304 BC..The crocodiles may have been used during rituals for the Egyptian god Sobek, the god of water and fertility, often depicted with a crocodile head. Kom Ombo, j...

    商品コード: 2023012100838

  •  Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies
    2023年01月18日
    Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies

    January 18, 2023, Qubbat al-HawÃ, Egypt: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM**..Spanish archaeologists made an unusual discovery in southern Egypt: a still undisturbed tomb containing ten mummified crocodiles..Archaeologists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences were able to study the mummies. ââ¬ËAn extraordinary findââ¬â¢, says archaeozoologist Bea De Cupere (RBINS). Ancient Egyptians sacrificed crocodiles during rituals to their god Sobek..In 2019, archaeologists from the University of Jaén uncovered a tomb containing crocodile mummies in Qubbat al-HawÃÂ, a site near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. The small rock cut tomb contained five skeletons and five skulls of large crocodiles. It lies next to six other tombs in which dignitaries of the region were buried. They all date from the pre-ptolemaic era, before 304 BC..The crocodiles may have been used during rituals for the Egyptian god Sobek, the god of water and fertility, often depicted with a crocodile head. Kom Ombo, j...

    商品コード: 2023012100886

  •  Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies
    2023年01月18日
    Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies

    January 18, 2023, Qubbat al-HawÃ, Egypt: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM**..Spanish archaeologists made an unusual discovery in southern Egypt: a still undisturbed tomb containing ten mummified crocodiles..Archaeologists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences were able to study the mummies. ââ¬ËAn extraordinary findââ¬â¢, says archaeozoologist Bea De Cupere (RBINS). Ancient Egyptians sacrificed crocodiles during rituals to their god Sobek..In 2019, archaeologists from the University of Jaén uncovered a tomb containing crocodile mummies in Qubbat al-HawÃÂ, a site near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. The small rock cut tomb contained five skeletons and five skulls of large crocodiles. It lies next to six other tombs in which dignitaries of the region were buried. They all date from the pre-ptolemaic era, before 304 BC..The crocodiles may have been used during rituals for the Egyptian god Sobek, the god of water and fertility, often depicted with a crocodile head. Kom Ombo, j...

    商品コード: 2023012100944

  •  Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies
    2023年01月18日
    Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies

    January 18, 2023, Qubbat al-HawÃ, Egypt: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM**..Spanish archaeologists made an unusual discovery in southern Egypt: a still undisturbed tomb containing ten mummified crocodiles..Archaeologists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences were able to study the mummies. ââ¬ËAn extraordinary findââ¬â¢, says archaeozoologist Bea De Cupere (RBINS). Ancient Egyptians sacrificed crocodiles during rituals to their god Sobek..In 2019, archaeologists from the University of Jaén uncovered a tomb containing crocodile mummies in Qubbat al-HawÃÂ, a site near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. The small rock cut tomb contained five skeletons and five skulls of large crocodiles. It lies next to six other tombs in which dignitaries of the region were buried. They all date from the pre-ptolemaic era, before 304 BC..The crocodiles may have been used during rituals for the Egyptian god Sobek, the god of water and fertility, often depicted with a crocodile head. Kom Ombo, j...

    商品コード: 2023012100768

  •  Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies
    2023年01月18日
    Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies

    January 18, 2023, Qubbat al-HawÃ, Egypt: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM**..Spanish archaeologists made an unusual discovery in southern Egypt: a still undisturbed tomb containing ten mummified crocodiles..Archaeologists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences were able to study the mummies. ââ¬ËAn extraordinary findââ¬â¢, says archaeozoologist Bea De Cupere (RBINS). Ancient Egyptians sacrificed crocodiles during rituals to their god Sobek..In 2019, archaeologists from the University of Jaén uncovered a tomb containing crocodile mummies in Qubbat al-HawÃÂ, a site near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. The small rock cut tomb contained five skeletons and five skulls of large crocodiles. It lies next to six other tombs in which dignitaries of the region were buried. They all date from the pre-ptolemaic era, before 304 BC..The crocodiles may have been used during rituals for the Egyptian god Sobek, the god of water and fertility, often depicted with a crocodile head. Kom Ombo, j...

    商品コード: 2023012100775

  •  Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies
    2023年01月18日
    Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies

    January 18, 2023, Qubbat al-HawÃ, Egypt: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM**..Spanish archaeologists made an unusual discovery in southern Egypt: a still undisturbed tomb containing ten mummified crocodiles..Archaeologists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences were able to study the mummies. ââ¬ËAn extraordinary findââ¬â¢, says archaeozoologist Bea De Cupere (RBINS). Ancient Egyptians sacrificed crocodiles during rituals to their god Sobek..In 2019, archaeologists from the University of Jaén uncovered a tomb containing crocodile mummies in Qubbat al-HawÃÂ, a site near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. The small rock cut tomb contained five skeletons and five skulls of large crocodiles. It lies next to six other tombs in which dignitaries of the region were buried. They all date from the pre-ptolemaic era, before 304 BC..The crocodiles may have been used during rituals for the Egyptian god Sobek, the god of water and fertility, often depicted with a crocodile head. Kom Ombo, j...

    商品コード: 2023012100860

  •  Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies
    2023年01月18日
    Spanish Archaeologists Discover Egyptian Crocodile Mummies

    January 18, 2023, Qubbat al-HawÃ, Egypt: VIDEO AVAILABLE: CONTACT INFO@COVERMG.COM**..Spanish archaeologists made an unusual discovery in southern Egypt: a still undisturbed tomb containing ten mummified crocodiles..Archaeologists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences were able to study the mummies. ââ¬ËAn extraordinary findââ¬â¢, says archaeozoologist Bea De Cupere (RBINS). Ancient Egyptians sacrificed crocodiles during rituals to their god Sobek..In 2019, archaeologists from the University of Jaén uncovered a tomb containing crocodile mummies in Qubbat al-HawÃÂ, a site near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt. The small rock cut tomb contained five skeletons and five skulls of large crocodiles. It lies next to six other tombs in which dignitaries of the region were buried. They all date from the pre-ptolemaic era, before 304 BC..The crocodiles may have been used during rituals for the Egyptian god Sobek, the god of water and fertility, often depicted with a crocodile head. Kom Ombo, j...

    商品コード: 2023012100840

  •  Dinosaurs Were Killed By Dust New Study Suggests
    2023年10月30日
    Dinosaurs Were Killed By Dust New Study Suggests

    October 30, 2023: This image shows: HELOS grain-size analyser at VU Amsterdam...Scientists have refined their theory as to the reasons for the dinosaursââ¬â¢ extinction - and it turns out they were killed by dust..The dust, from pulverised rock generated by the Chicxulub asteroid impact, likely played a dominant role in global climate cooling and the disruption of photosynthesis following the event. This is suggested by a new study published in Nature Geoscience, in which researchers in Belgium, notably from the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB), the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the KU Leuven..The Chicxulub impact has long been thought to have triggered a global impact winter, which led to the demise of the dinosaurs and around 75% of species on Earth at the Cretaceous-Palaeogene (K-Pg) boundary 66 million years ago...、クレジット:©Cover Images/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2023110100442

  •  Dinosaurs Were Killed By Dust New Study Suggests
    2023年10月30日
    Dinosaurs Were Killed By Dust New Study Suggests

    October 30, 2023: This image shows: The scientists‘ dust simulations...Scientists have refined their theory as to the reasons for the dinosaursââ¬â¢ extinction - and it turns out they were killed by dust..The dust, from pulverised rock generated by the Chicxulub asteroid impact, likely played a dominant role in global climate cooling and the disruption of photosynthesis following the event. This is suggested by a new study published in Nature Geoscience, in which researchers in Belgium, notably from the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB), the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the KU Leuven..The Chicxulub impact has long been thought to have triggered a global impact winter, which led to the demise of the dinosaurs and around 75% of species on Earth at the Cretaceous-Palaeogene (K-Pg) boundary 66 million years ago...、クレジット:©Cover Images/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2023110101257

  •  Dinosaurs Were Killed By Dust New Study Suggests
    2023年10月30日
    Dinosaurs Were Killed By Dust New Study Suggests

    October 30, 2023: This image shows: The K-Pg boundary in North Dakota...Scientists have refined their theory as to the reasons for the dinosaursââ¬â¢ extinction - and it turns out they were killed by dust..The dust, from pulverised rock generated by the Chicxulub asteroid impact, likely played a dominant role in global climate cooling and the disruption of photosynthesis following the event. This is suggested by a new study published in Nature Geoscience, in which researchers in Belgium, notably from the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB), the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the KU Leuven..The Chicxulub impact has long been thought to have triggered a global impact winter, which led to the demise of the dinosaurs and around 75% of species on Earth at the Cretaceous-Palaeogene (K-Pg) boundary 66 million years ago...、クレジット:©Cover Images/Cover Images via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※United Kingdom Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2023110101543

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