Archaeopteryx on a 1994 Tanzanian stamp - a rather imaginative artist's representation. Many scientists believe that the plumage was largely black; and opinion is divided on whether it dwelt mainly in trees or on the ground. It may have been a glider rather than a true flier.
I wondered if anybody wants to look at this video - I am finding it fascinating, but a little hard to understand as the lecturer goes so fast. It`s about paleontology generally, especially as it relates to creationism. It`s very intelligent, if a little long, at an hour and a half! Let me know if you watch it `cause I am. www.youtube.com/user/Thethinkingatheist That`s the site and the item is: Evolution: what the fossils say by Donald Prothero, Ph.D. in Paleontology.
I collect : Canada, United States, Australia ,France, Hungry, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, New Zealand, Romania, Yugoslavia, Russia, China, Italy, Austria, Ireland, British Empire, Poland, Japan, And mostly any where in the world in mint stamps.
WOW!!!! I can only imagine how much time went into the research and development of this great resource.
I am just blown away, GREAT JOB!!!! 631737971
Thanks for the good worlds. It is indeed a big effort to create and maintain it, but make a fun. In the meantime I add many more countries there : al countries with names started by A, B and C letters, plus few others.
BTW, there non-frame version of the catalog too, just in case you use smartphone or other small-screen devices.
Post by paleophilatelist on May 10, 2017 12:22:07 GMT -5
Dear friends I like to share a good news with you. Finaly after more than 3 years sorting out all Paleonotology related stamps - the first version of country based "PaleoPhilately" catalog is DONE ! The catalog contain 192 countries and show scan of over 1000 stamp sets that related to Paleontology and Paleanthropology subjects.
Depends on your preferences and device you use to access you can use Frame based version: www.paleophilatelie.eu/phil_catalogue.html very convinient for wide screen devices or Frameless version: www.paleophilatelie.eu/country All pages have integrated Google-Translate toolbar allows you to read it at your language. If you like any page of the catalog please press on LIKE buttom there. Enjoy and please share it with other PaleoPhilately funs !
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