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Archeology

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Archeology

Here you will find information about travel focusing on archeology and archaeological discoveries.

In the meantime, here is some travel motivation... if need be!

Some Basic Information about the Characteristics and Behavior of Dinosaurs

People like us frequently think that dinosaurs have been big, lumbering animals that had been always in the middle of fights with each other. That idea made us realize how difficult it was to survive during Prehistory. We have heard some of the stories about the brave triceratops fighting with the fierce Tyrannosaurus. Considering the fact that they fight each other for them to survive and the one who loses its battle will become the prey.





But analysts are now discovering even more interesting facts. E.g. that dinosaurs were definitely less "dinosaur-like" than we imagined in this modern world. As a matter of fact, some may now assume dinosaurs behaved just as mammals do. Mammals include humans like us.

Some situations where dinosaurs were definitely human like. When baby dinosaurs were born, many like any other species, the caretaker and very often even the daddy dinosaurs would follow the babies inside the nest, keeping them safe because of predators. Countless species, however, left their babies unattended. But ever more, scientists have discovered evidence regarding parents conserving baby dinosaurs in their nest.





The same is usually said about infant dinosaur feeding. Many dinosaur parents are believed to have brought food home, instead of exposing their babies to their survival battle. Scientists are now convinced that some species of dinosaurs established communities, or simply extended the entire family. Those individual dinosaurs that had problems protecting themselves from potential predators traveled to other places, away from eager meat-eating dinosaurs.

These are just some of the ways dinosaurs were definitely like many people. They took care and cherished their young, and many formed neighborhoods for enhanced protection. Like humans, they protected their young from possible threats from their own kind, in the same way as we humans tend to survive in this world. We humans are like dinosaurs and any living creatures in the past or future. If time comes for us to end our era as dictated by nature, probably on the next evolution of living creatures, we will become a part of it.










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