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Is that fossil real?

One of the most popular questions we’re asked is how to tell if a fossil is fake. Especially to urbanites in a young country with few historical relics, it seems almost mindboggling to be actually holding a specimen that’s millions of years … Continue reading

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Jack Horner in Singapore

This was a very special week for many of us, as the most famous paleontologist, Professor John “Jack” Horner, visited Singapore to open the Science Centre’s latest exhibition Titans of the Past. Titans of the Past tells a story through … Continue reading

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The Mother of all Fossils

My love for fossils was first ignited by a trilobite specimen given as a present by my mom a quarter of a century ago. In anticipation and early celebration of Mothers’ Day (every day should be Mothers’ Day, shouldn’t it?), … Continue reading

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