Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry's Claim: Ben & Jerry's outlets are offering free ice cream on 9 April 2013. Origins: The chain of ice cream shops has given away free scoops during an annual celebration since their first anniversary in 1979 as a way of expressing gratitude to their customers. The tradition has continued to this day, with this year's "Free Cone Day" slated for Tuesday, 2013, as described on the Ben & Jerry's web site: Free Cone Day is on April 9th! So, make sure you swing by one of our participating Scoop Shops and grab yourself a FREE cone.
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New Species of Thalattosaur Discovered Chinese paleontologists led by Dr Tao He from the Zhejiang Museum of Natural History in Hangzhou have identified a new species of thalattosaur from a fossil found in the Xiaowa Formation of Guanling, China. Reconstruction of a thalattosaur (Nobu Tamura / CC BY 3.0) Thalattosaurs (meaning ‘ocean lizards’) were a group of prehistoric marine reptiles that lived during the mid and late Triassic period in North America and Eurasia. They resembled large, up to 13 feet (4 m) in length, aquatic lizards, with long, flexible bodies and short limbs.
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