As part of QSAP, QM is currently funding 42 missions from 25 institutions and 12 countries involved in the excavation and conservation of heritage sites that date from the prehistoric era
until the pre-modern period.
It is not every day that we find a species from the prehistoric era
still swimming in our oceans.
Saudi Arabia holds the key to solving many mysteries of the prehistoric era
due to its geographic location, which provided a gateway for early human migrations from East Africa to the ancient world's continents," Dr.
We would need structural economic reforms for revitalization of our economy and our evolution, otherwise we may disappear like the dinosaurs that failed to evolve and disappeared in the prehistoric era
The immersive feature on the prehistoric era
will showcase an extensive collection of fossils and authentic dinosaur casts along with moving beasts created through advanced animatronics and backed by research from world-renowned paleontologists.
Every day is a struggle to survive in the prehistoric era
, especially for smaller dinosaurs who are at constant risk of being trampled or eaten
Using LEGO(r) bricks, Warren and his team recreate stunning historic scenes, from the beginning of life in the prehistoric era
right through to the inauguration of Barack Obama.
I toiled shoulder to shoulder with him for a dozen years at The Village Voice in the prehistoric era
when journalists still had to come into the city room with their copy, which meant that he and I crossed paths twenty times a week.
Then, put on your Explorer goggles and go on a 360[degrees] virtual reality journey back to the prehistoric era
when dinosaurs ruled the Earth.
As The Hollywood Reporter noted, the movie recreates "a fossil from a prehistoric era
The hope is that this trench will date back closer to the Stone Age and prehistoric era
The Incredible Plate Tectonics Comic" is the first volume of an exciting educational comic about the workings of plate tectonics, using the new superhero Geo (and his metallic dog, Rocky) to surf the young earth in a prehistoric era
200 million years ago when Pangea (all continents of the earth in one piece) were breaking up.