Richard owen

Sir Richard Owen was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist.  Owen is probably best remembered today for coining the word Dinosauria ("Terrible Reptile" or "Fearfully Great Reptile") and for his outspoken opposition to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. He agreed with Darwin that evolution occurred, but thought it was more complex than outlined in Darwin's Origin. He was the driving force behind the establishment of the British Museum (Natural History) in London.

File:Richard Owen 1856 (Young Owen, would be like this at the party, not the creepy old ones.

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Much of the book revolves around science versus religion--god and nature and their relationship. Richard Owen is mentioned as he is who created the title Dinosaur and did some of the earliest work on extinction.

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Sir Richard Owen holding the first discovered moa fossil and standing with a Dinornis skeleton

Sir Richard Owen (1804-1892) was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist. Owen is generally considered to have been an outstanding naturalist with a remarkable gift for interpreting fossils.  He produced a vast array of scientific work, but is probably best remembered today for coining the word "Dinosauria" or "Dinosaur" (meaning "Terrible Reptile" or "Fearfully Great Reptile").

Sir Richard Owen (1804-1892) was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and paleontologist. Owen is generally considered to have been an outstanding naturalist with a remarkable gift for interpreting fossils. He produced a vast array of scientific work, but is probably best remembered today for coining the word "Dinosauria" or "Dinosaur" (meaning "Terrible Reptile" or "Fearfully Great Reptile").

Richard Owen and his Gorgonops by Pelycosaur24

PART 1 Thomas Jefferson and his Ground Sloth PART 2 Mary Anning and her Ichthyosaur PART 3 Charles Darwin and his T. Richard Owen and his Gorgonops

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Polacanthus foxii  Named by Richard Owen, 1865 Diet: Herbivore Type: Thyreophorian ankylosaur dinosaur (polacanthid) Size: 13 to 16 feet (3.9 to 5 meters) long and 1100 lb. Region: Europe (Sou...

Polacanthus foxii Named by Richard Owen, 1865 Diet: Herbivore Type: Thyreophorian ankylosaur dinosaur (polacanthid) Size: 13 to 16 feet (3.9 to 5 meters) long and 1100 lb. Region: Europe (Sou...

Galesaurus Galesaurus was a prehistoric mammal-like-reptile, incorrectly classified as a dinosaur by Sir Richard Owen in 1859. Notably, Galesaurus was mentioned in the first issue of Nature in 1869, where T. H. Huxley expressed confidence that it would eventually be shown to be a dinosaur. However, current opinion is that it was not a dinosaur and belongs to a mammal-like group called Cynodonts.

Galesaurus Galesaurus was a prehistoric mammal-like-reptile, incorrectly classified as a dinosaur by Sir Richard Owen in 1859. Notably, Galesaurus was mentioned in the first issue of Nature in 1869, where T. H. Huxley expressed confidence that it would eventually be shown to be a dinosaur. However, current opinion is that it was not a dinosaur and belongs to a mammal-like group called Cynodonts.

Sir Richard Owen holding the first discovered moa fossil and standing with a Dinornis skeleton

compendium-of-beasts: Sir Richard Owen with a giant moa (Dinornis maximus) skeleton, 1879

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Richard Owen - A Profile of the Famous Paleontologist

Richard Owen, naturalist, b. in wonderful layers of clothing (and a slightly insane gaze).

Richard Owen: Rain [CD]

Richard Owen: Rain [CD]

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Interiors: a Richard Rogers House

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RICHARD OWEN POSING NEXT TO MOA DINOSAUR SKELETON PHOTO ART REAL CANVAS PRINT #Realism

Richard owen posing next to moa dinosaur skeleton photo art real canvas print

Extinct New Zealand birds known as Moa. Photo: Sir Richard Owen holding the first discovered moa fossil and standing with a Dinornis skeleton

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