Crocodilian, Tuatara

Tuatara - Shamanic Nights: Live in the City (2016)  Music

Posted by mark70 at July 26, 2016
Tuatara - Shamanic Nights: Live in the City (2016)

Tuatara - Shamanic Nights: Live in the City (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 158:35 min | 368 MB
Genre: Jazz, Fusion | Label: Sunyata Records

Tuatara is one of the more surprising and slightly ridiculous supergroups in rock history. Comprised of Peter Buck (R.E.M.), Justin Harwood (Luna), Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees), and Skerik (Critters Buggin'), the quartet formed in 1996 to pursue music that their guitar-based alternative rock groups could not do – namely, worldbeat, lounge-pop, and free jazz.

Tuatara - Underworld (2014)  

Posted by mark70 at Aug. 7, 2014
Tuatara - Underworld (2014)

Tuatara - Underworld (2014)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 77:36 min | 157 MB
Genre: Jazz Rock, Fusion | Label: Sunyata Records

TUATARA, the renowned instrumental supergroup featuring members of REM, Pearl Jam, Screaming Trees, and Luna, are releasing their 7th studio album, and their first album in almost 7 years. The new album, titled "Underworld", is an ambitious 20-song double album produced by drummer & group founder Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees, Mad Season, Walking Papers), and mixed by Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Screaming Trees). It will be released on August 4th 2014, via Martin's label, Sunyata Records. "Underworld" is an album that plays more like a modern movie soundtrack, steeped in electronic moods and urban beats, hypnotic bass and guitar, virtuosic saxophone, and shimmering percussion.

Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at March 8, 2016
Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara (Repost)

Justin L. Rheubert, Dustin S. Siegel, Stanley E. Trauth, "Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara"
2014 | ISBN: 1466579862 | English | 850 pages | PDF | 109 MB
Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara

Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Lizards and Tuatara by Justin L. Rheubert, Dustin S. Siegel, Stanley E. Trauth
2014 | ISBN: 1466579862 | English | 850 pages | PDF | 109 MB

PBS - Secrets of the Dead: Graveyard of the Giant Beasts (2016)  Video

Posted by notbanned at Nov. 3, 2016
PBS - Secrets of the Dead: Graveyard of the Giant Beasts (2016)

PBS - Secrets of the Dead: Graveyard of the Giant Beasts (2016)
HDTV | 1280x720 | .MKV/AVC @ 3462 Kbps | 55mn 20s | 1.52 GiB
Audio: English AC3 384 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English
Genre: Documentary

A mining operation in Colombia opened a window into an unknown period of the earth's history–where a world with giant creatures emerged. The biggest of them all was Titanoboa–a 43-foot snake, the largest that ever lived. New discoveries suggest that Titanoboa's rule was challenged by a giant crocodilian. Experiments reveal unmatched hunting prowess. So which one was the apex predator 58 million years ago?

National Geographic - When Crocs Ate Dinosaurs (2009)  

Posted by notbanned at June 16, 2015
National Geographic - When Crocs Ate Dinosaurs (2009)

National Geographic - When Crocs Ate Dinosaurs (2009)
HDTV | 1020x576 | .MP4/AVC @ 3030 Kbps | 45mn 14s | Audio: English AAC 160 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 1.01 GiB
Genre: Documentary

We all know the dinosaurs and their legendary prehistoric reign, but what about the ancient crocodilian behemoths that lived beside them and ate them as snacks? Five ancient crocs, including one with teeth like boar tusks and another with a snout like a ducks bill, surface in the Sahara. The five fossil crocs, nicknamed BoarCroc, RatCroc, Pancake Croc, DuckCroc and DogCroc (three of them newly named species), are the bizarre remains of creatures that inhabited the southern land mass known as Gondwana some 100 million years ago, swimming and galloping across present-day Niger and Morocco when broad rivers coursed over lush plains and dinosaurs ruled. National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Paul Sereno and his team unearth the strange crocs in a series of expeditions beginning in 2000 in the Sahara. Many of the fossils are found lying on the surface of a remote, windswept stretch of rock and dunes.

Moth Effect - Crocodilians (2015)  

Posted by varrock at April 15, 2015
Moth Effect - Crocodilians (2015)

Moth Effect - Crocodilians (2015)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Tracks: 10 | 42:16 min | 102 Mb
Style: Electronic, Krautrock | Label: Sunstone

One man band Moth Effect creates trance-inducing instrumentals that will tickle the urges of crate digging lunatics. Yes, the key signatures of the best '70s Kosmische bands can be picked up, as can 'Quark, Strangeness & Charm'-era Hawkwind and newer adapters The Soundcarriers. But the artist is also inspired by '60s and '70s psych, garage-rock and soul, pre-punk and new wave, hip-hop and lots of contemporary electronic music. "Slow mo psych" is a term that the artist has used to describe his music, and it certainly fits. Moth Effect's 'Crocodilian', sounds like a Green Brain record composed by Mick Farren.

National Geographic - Dino Death Trap (2007)  

Posted by denisbul at Feb. 11, 2011
National Geographic - Dino Death Trap (2007)

National Geographic - Dino Death Trap (2007)
DVDRip | AVI | English | 00:50:17 | 640x352 | XviD - 1295 Kbps | MP3 - 149 Kbps | 524 MB
Genre: Documentary

A mass dinosaur grave in western China contains fossils of a bizarre T. rex ancestor, a triceratops ancestor, an ancient crocodilian, and nearly 40 more species dating back 160 million years ago, a time when little is known about dinosaur history.

BBC Natural World - Crocodile Blues (2009)  

Posted by FlameKylin303 at Jan. 28, 2010
BBC Natural World - Crocodile Blues (2009)

BBC Natural World - Crocodile Blues (2009)
DVDRip | English | 49 mins | XViD | 716x404 | PAL 25fps | MP3 - 128 Kbps | 745 Mb
Gener: Documentary | Animal

The gharial, the world's oldest crocodilian, is on the very edge of extinction. These bizarre fish-eating reptiles that live in India's rivers have been decimated by a mystery die-off.

Suchomimus Tenerensis  

Posted by Alexpal at June 10, 2008
Suchomimus Tenerensis

Suchomimus Tenerensis | 11 Mb

Suchomimus (meaning:crocodile mimic) was a large Spinosaurid dinosaur with a crocodilian-like set of jaws. It lived 110 to 120 million years ago, during the middle Cretaceous period in Africa, when the Sahara was a lush swampy habitat. Suchomimus was characterized by a very long snout and narrow jaws. The tip of this snout was enlarged to allow for longer teeth which aided in feeding on their primary diet of fish. Suchomimus was about 11 m (36 ft) in length which made it a formidable predator.