Please select which sections you would like to print: Corrections? Three Cryptozoological Mysteries There was a recent blog where the link to this site was posted by a viewer. Frequent commenter and now Co-Blogger Troodon Man has a specific interest in Cryptozoology, the rather specialized area of Troodon sightings... Whale Scale: Whalesized Sharks, Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises The order Cetacea whale, includes the marine mammals commonly known as ... http://cryptid.hubpages.com/hub/Is-the-Megalodon-Shark-Still-Alive Megalodon Sightings: Is the Megalodon Shark Still Alive? Other remains have been found in Utah and Wyoming when these regions were covered in sea more than 250 million years ago. Alexander Calder's prolific and passionate output brought with it a humor and sense of play unlike any art works before. Geoscientist Prof Tapanila said: 'CT (computerised tomography) scans of a unique specimen from Idaho show the spiral of teeth within the jaws of the animal, giving new information on what the animal looked like, and how it ate.'. After graduating high school he attended the Stevens Institute of Technology, receiving his degree in 1919. They were not monumental, nor were they sober. The main thing it has in common with sharks is the structure of its teeth, everything else is Holocephalan. In 1933, Calder and his wife, Louisa James, moved to Roxbury, Connecticut, where they would spend the rest of their lives. Alexander McQueen Newsletter Sign up for alexandermcqueen.com updates to receive information about new arrivals, future events and special projects. Known as “stabiles,” these works often had a similar whimsical quality to the smaller kinetic pieces. Biggest ever photobomb! Play online Puzzle games from Big Fish on your PC or Mac. Facebook finally rolls out its 'Dating' platform to locked-down singles in Europe - eight... Apple's new iPad is blazingly fast, gorgeous to look at, and quite simply the best tablet out there - and for a lot of people, probably the best computer out there. Professor Leif Tapanila, of Idaho State University, used state of the art scanners to create 3-D virtual reconstructions of its jaws. Easygoing and practical-minded, Calder was one of the few American visual artists who established himself in 1920s Paris, an era legendary for its aesthetic ferment that produced modern artists as exemplified by Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró. Constructing objects from a very young age, his first known art tool was a pair of pliers. See available prints and multiples, works on paper, and sculpture for sale and learn about the artist.