Over 30 species of non-avian dinosaurs have been confirmed to have feathers, either from direct fossilized evidence of feathers, or other indicators, such as quill knobs. Up until now, all of those dinosaurs were confirmed to be carnivorous theropods, like Velociraptor and the ancestors of birds. However, fossilized remains of a new type of herbivorous dinosaur indicate that all dinosaurs may have had feathers.
Star map on an ancient Chinese coin. #China
Arya Stark. Buy it as a print over here: http://society6.com/elinj/the-cat-of-the-canals#1=45
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DROMBEG STONE CIRCLE
Also known as the “Druid’s Altar,” the circle is a megalithic formation that once consisted of 17 stones (only 13 remain) out in the countryside of Cork County, Ireland. Radiocarbon dating of human remains found at the site during a 1957 excavation suggests that the area was built and actively used between 1100-800 BC. Now the site is secluded, tucked away between verdant farmland and network of country roads.
A treehouse obviously isn’t a treehouse without a tree. But what happens when you build the structure around the greenery instead of placing it on top? You end up with this modern take on the classic forest abode.
Watch the Queen of England age through bank notes.
Silver mounted percussion long rifle crafted by William H. Folger of Barnesville, Ohio. Mid 19th century.
Estimated Value: $5,000 - $9,000
U.S. Navy biplane flying over Silver Strand Beach, California, March 22, 1928.
The French colonial empires
A flood of Russian armored cars moves toward the front, October 19, 1941.