T. Rex Swimming with Sharks?

Despite common claims of how dinosaurs buried in the Hell Creek Formation lived in freshwater wetlands, paleontologists keep finding marine creature look-alikes, including clams and shark teeth, among the dinosaur fossils.1 If these sedimentary layers represent ancient living conditions, then why do they show such strange mixtures of sea and swampy life?

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THERE’S A DRUGLESS CURE FOR DIABETES & OBESITY: SO WHY AREN’T DOCTORS PRESCRIBING IT?

A particular bacterium, Akkermansia muciniphila (AKK), is responsible for the production of butyrate, the major source of cell energy in the gut. The provision of butyrate completely eradicates measures of metabolic illness in laboratory animals but may only produce a transient effect in humans. The use of other indigestible fibers (bran, pectin, polyphenols) is likely to be the most efficacious. Indigestible starch is another preferential option.

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