Paleontology – Paleo Joe talks Protitanichthys

Paleontology – Paleo Joe talks Protitanichthys
On Natures Talk Shows Fine Art of Paleontology we are pleased and excited to be welcoming back Paleo Joe. Joe will be discussing the amazing fish of the Devonian Period. This will be a very exciting show as they will talk about armored fishes from long ago. Please visit Joe?s website to keep up on everything he is doing and has done.

The Devonian is known as the Age of Fishes. It is famous for the thousands of species of fish that developed in Devonian seas. We know this because of the fish fossils found in Devonian rocks. When fish first started to develop, they had no jaws and the support structure was made of cartilage. This material doesn?t fossilize well, so the earliest fossils were of fish whose outside skin was protected by scales and plates made of boney tissue. These fish were called Ostracoderms. Their name means ?shell-skins.? These animals appear in rock from the late Silurian and early Devonian periods.

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http://www.fossils-facts-and-finds.com/devonian_period.html

https://www.livescience.com/43596-devonian-period.html
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Wonders of Nature – Exploring Our Solar System

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Wonders of Nature – Exploring Our Solar System
On Natures Talk Shows new series,Wonders of Nature,we will be launching into the solar system with discussions regarding the Sun,Moon,Planets etc.Every month we will be featuring one of these amazing topics.To kick it off we will be discussing our Sun.One of the most important star in our Solar System.Join Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they take us into outer space!

https://www.nasa.gov/missions/solarsystem/Why_We_16.html

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/05/explore-space-solar-probe/
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Fine Art of Paleontology- Paleo Joe and the Protitanichthys of the Devonian Period

here Airing On Tuesday
November 28th 2017

8:00 pm eastern, 7:00 pm central and 5:00 pm pacific

On Natures Talk Shows Fine Art of Paleontology we are pleased and excited to be welcoming back Paleo Joe. Joe will be discussing the amazing fish of the Devonian Period. This will be a very exciting show as they will talk about armored fishes from long ago. Please visit Joe’s website to keep up on everything he is doing and has done.

The Devonian is known as the Age of Fishes. It is famous for the thousands of species of fish that developed in Devonian seas. We know this because of the fish fossils found in Devonian rocks. When fish first started to develop, they had no jaws and the support structure was made of cartilage. This material doesn’t fossilize well, so the earliest fossils were of fish whose outside skin was protected by scales and plates made of boney tissue. These fish were called Ostracoderms. Their name means “shell-skins.” These animals appear in rock from the late Silurian and early Devonian periods.

http://www.paleojoe.com/

http://www.fossils-facts-and-finds.com/devonian_period.html

https://www.livescience.com/43596-devonian-period.html

http://www.naturestalkshow.com/

Wonders of Nature – Exploring Our Solar System

Airing On Tuesday
November 28th 2017

6:30 pm eastern, 5:30 pm central and 3:30 pm pacific

On Natures Talk Shows new series,Wonders of Nature,we will be launching into the solar system with discussions regarding the Sun,Moon,Planets etc.Every month we will be featuring one of these amazing topics.To kick it off we will be discussing our Sun.One of the most important star in our Solar System.Join Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they take us into outer space!

https://www.nasa.gov/missions/solarsystem/Why_We_16.html

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/05/explore-space-solar-probe/

http://www.naturestalkshow.com/

Paleontology – Flightless Birds of the South Hemi.

Paleontology – Flightless Birds of the South Hemi.
On Natures Talk Shows Fine Art of Paleontology,please join our hosts,Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss he Flightless Birds of the Southern Hemisphere.

What do the ostrich in Africa, emu in Australia, rhea in South America, cassowary in New Guinea and the kiwi from New Zealand have in common? They all belong to a particular species called ratites or ?birds that cannot fly.?

Notice something unique about where these birds are found? They are all located in the Southern Hemisphere!

The birds also had a common ancestor known as the elephant bird which once lived in Madagascar. As the name implies, these were huge birds ? 10 feet (3 metres) tall.

https://youngzine.org/news/our-earth/mystery-flightless-birds

Why do the biggest birds all live in the southern hemisphere?
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Paleontology – Flightless Birds of the South Hemi.
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On The Brink: Plants – Dragon Trees of Madagascar

On The Brink: Plants – Dragon Trees of Madagascar
Join Natures Talk Shows On the Brink series for this informative discussion on the amazing Dragon Trees of Madagascar. This beautiful tree is classified an endangered due to several factors.Tune into this show to learn what those factors are and how we can help preserve these trees for the future.Hopefully it?s not to late!!

http://www.arkive.org/dragon-tree/dracaena-draco/
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On The Brink: Plants – Dragon Trees of Madagascar
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On The Brink: Plants – Dragon Trees of Madagascar

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On The Brink: Plants – Dragon Trees of Madagascar
Join Natures Talk Shows On the Brink series for this informative discussion on the amazing Dragon Trees of Madagascar. This beautiful tree is classified an endangered due to several factors.Tune into this show to learn what those factors are and how we can help preserve these trees for the future.Hopefully it?s not to late!!

http://www.arkive.org/dragon-tree/dracaena-draco/
Source: zenolive
On The Brink: Plants – Dragon Trees of Madagascar
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Monsters of Nature – Tarantulas & their Relatives

Monsters of Nature – Tarantulas & their Relatives
On Natures Talk Shows Monsters of Natures our hosts will be discussing the amazinf Tarantulas and some of their close relatives.Why are these spiders so hairy and how did they become so big? Tarantulas (Theraphosa apophysis) are the largest known arachnids. On average, they measure 7 to 10 cm in length. However, they are capable of exceeding 30 cm. Tarantulas occur in a variety of colors, sizes and habitats. Many are black or brown in color and have hairy bodies. Tarantula species are distinguishable from other spiders by the dense body hair. Several species also bear distinct stripes along their legs. The perceived size of specimens is oftentimes exaggerated, due to the tarantula?s abundant hair. This hair, which covers the entire body of the tarantula, serves as a defense mechanism against predators. Although frightening in appearance, tarantulas are only aggressive when provoked.

Join our hosts for another fun discussion and many peoples worst nightmare!

http://www.kidzone.ws/lw/spiders/facts-tarantula.htm
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Monsters of Nature – Tarantulas & their Relatives
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