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PaleontologyIs the natural science that studies and interprets the past of life on earth through fossils.Field of studyPaleontologists study fossils, which are the remains of living things, such as shells and bones have turned into stone. Many fossils are thousands, millions or billions of years old! By learning the age of the fossils and the visit, paleontologists can find information about the people, plants and animals that lived before us.Paleontology is used for:To know about the beings who lived in the past,The relationships that had the living beings with their environment,The why of its extinction,The processes of fossilization,The study of the rocks containing these fossilized living beings,To know the climatic and environmental changes that have occurred throughout the history of the Earth.It is also a tool for the search of oil and coal.
World's biggest dinosaur skeleton unveiled in New YorkThe as yet unnamed Titanosaur species was found in Patagonia and stands 122ft long – too big for the gallery at the American Museum of Natural HistoryTechnicians install the Titanosaur cast in the Miriam and Ira D Wallach Orientation Center at the American Museum of NaturalHistory in New York. Photograph: SuppliedView more sharing options This article is 1 year oldShares3,771Comments90Amber Jamieson@ambiejThursday 14 January 2016 22.26 GMTLast modified on Thursday 2 February 2017 23.01 GMTPaleontologists at New York’s American Museum of Natural History unveiled a cast skeleton of the world’s biggest dinosaur,a new species of Titanosaur, to a packed crowd of media on Thursday morning.
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