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A list focusing on sea & oceanic species of the early to late Cretaceous Period
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Cretaceous Period - Map of North America and the Western Interior Seaway, 145m - 66 million years ago

Cretoxyrhina

Cretoxyrhinidae

Cretaceous Period world map - 145m - 66 Million years ago

Cretaceous Period Seas Documentary - The #1 Most dangerous seas in prehistoric times

Crassodontidanus

Cretolamna

Anomotodon

Cretaceous Period Time Chart

Cardabiodon


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<![CDATA[When Things Go Horribly Wrong at Parliament...]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/when-things-go-horribly-wrong-at-parliament-/claytonhosty
Top 60 most chaotic parliamentary sessions recorded from various nations around the world.
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Bulgarian Parliament, Jan 2013

Ukranian Parliament Brawl #1

Taiwanese Parliament #3, Jul 2010

Thai Parliament #2, Jun 2012

Ukrainian Parliament #4, Feb 2014

Japanese Parliament Earthquake, Mar 2011

Argentinian Parliament, Nov 2010

Russian Duma White House, Tanks Attack Parliament During Coup - 'Black October' 1993

Georgian Parliament #2, 2014

Romanian Parliament, Protestor jumps from balcony - Dec 2010


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<![CDATA[51 Hilarious Test Answers From Kids]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/funny-kids-test-answers/robert-wabash
Kids these days, can't live with 'em, can't teach 'em anything because the Internet shows them that they can be a smartass instead of submitting real quiz answers. Tests were once about studying, knowing the most, reveling in the honest hard work of memorizing the basics of being a person in American society. Getting stuff wrong meant feeling SHAME. But these days all kids care about is submitting the funny test answers to make their Gen Y teachers laugh and making sure everyone is having a "good time." 

Back in the day, each and every one of these damn kids would have been slapped on the wrist for writing down the kind of lip they have going in the examples on this list. From hilarious teacher reviews, to kids' test answers that make you wish you were that clever when you were little, these are the best and funniest test answers provided by clever children who didn't care about their grades as much as they did a laugh. 

Often times their grades reflected that, and a lot of the time you can see that the teacher actually kind of appreciated a kid giving a smartass test answer, even if it wasted everyone's time. 

No matter where the world is going (downhill) with all this, these are the funniest kids test answers that will are sure to make you smile. 
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Name This Quadrilateral

I Mean, They Probably Do...

Historical Accuracy

Warren's Future

An Authentic Parents' Signature

What's Your Favorite Hue?

Suck It Up, Kids

Awwww...

She's Not Wrong...

Oh, Miranda


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<![CDATA[Your Favorite Planet]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/your-favorite-planet-v1/claytonhosty
Which planet would you like to live on the most?....carful, you just might end up there

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Makemake (dwarf Planet)

Jupiter

Sedna (dwarf Planet)

Mars

Neptune

Uranus

The Sun

Saturn

Endor (ewok planet)

Venus


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<![CDATA[Big 10 Football Stadiums]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/big-10-football-stadiums/dave_7672
Athlon sports polled one "expert" (sportswriter) from each school and asked them to rank the 14 Big 10 conference stadiums.  It should be noted that only 12 "experts" voted, Maryland and Rutgers "experts' did not vote.  What do you think?  Vote and let your voice be heard.  The number to the right of each Big 10 college or university is how each stadium fared in the Athlon Sports poll.  For additional information on Athlon Sports poll including the "experts" identity goto:  http://athlonsports.com/college-football/ranking-big-ten-stadiums-2014-experts-poll

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Indiana University
Memorial Stadium
  52,929 capacity

Northwestern University
Ryan Field
 47,130 capacity

Pennsylvania State University
Beaver Stadium
 106,572 capacity

Rutgers University
Highpoint Solutions Stadium
 52,454 capacity
 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Memorial Stadium
 60,670 capacity

University of Iowa
Kinnick Stadium
 70,585 capacity

University of Michigan
Michigan Stadium
 109,901 capacity

University of Minnesota
TCF Bank Stadium
 50,805 capacity

University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Memorial Stadium
 87,091 capacity

University of Wisconsin
Camp Randall Stadium
 80,321 capacity


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<![CDATA[Popular Post-Secondary Degrees With Poor Salary Potential]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/popular-post-secondary-degrees-with-poor-salary-potential/switchdoctor
According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, more than 317,000 waiters and waitresses are college graduates. And it doesn’t stop there. More than 1 out of every 6 bartenders (more than 80,000) has a college degree, as do 118,000 janitors.

Nevertheless, many students go to college or university not realizing or thinking about the world's supply and demand of certain professions when they plot their career paths. These same graduates often face unemployement in their mid 20s. Others manage to apply their degree earning less than $39,000 a year, but didn't envision a scenario where they would never be able to pay back their student loans.

 While some graduates aren't motivated by money, an argument could be made that the universites and colleges who pump out graduates are. After all, the high demand and high tuition fees attached to students' dreams makes for good business. What's on the list of degrees that every post secondary student seems to want to pursue, but has the worst potential for earning a living due to either not enough demand, or poor salary prospects.

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Psychology
Human Services Worker, Career Counselor, Bereavment Coordinator.

Hospitality
Hotel Resident Manager, Event Planner, Catering Manager.

Theology
Associate Pastor, Chaplain, Religious Educator

Education
Daycare Centre Teacher, Elementary School Teacher, Hign School Teacher.

History
Academic Librarian, Politician's Assistant.

Sociology
Social Worker, Corrections Officer, Chemical Dependency Counselor.

Music
Secondary School Music Teacher, Music Therapist.

Communications
News Reporter, Copywriter, Marketing Coordinator.

Nutrition
Dietician, Food Services Manager, Food Scientist.

Fine Arts
Graphic Designer, Painter, Illustrator, Museum Research Worker.


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<![CDATA[Best Big Ten Party School]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-big-ten-party-school/big-10-tens

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Indiana University

Ohio State University

Pennsylvania State University

Purdue University

University of Iowa

University of Michigan

University of Minnesota

University of Nebraska–Lincoln

University of Maryland

University of Wisconsin


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<![CDATA[Best Big Ten Campus]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-big-ten-campus/big-10-tens

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Indiana University

Michigan State University

Northwestern University

Ohio State University

Purdue University

Rutgers University

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

University of Iowa

University of Michigan

University of Wisconsin


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<![CDATA[Which Big Ten School Has the Hottest Girls?]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/which-big-ten-school-has-the-hottest-girls-/big-10-tens

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Indiana University

Michigan State University

Ohio State University

Pennsylvania State University

Purdue University

Rutgers University

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

University of Michigan

University of Nebraska–Lincoln

University of Maryland


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<![CDATA[The Most Useless College Majors]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/most-useless-college-majors/school-buddy
List of the most pointless university majors and fields of study guaranteed to not lead to gainful post-graduation employment. In April of 2012, the Daily Beast ran their list of 13 pointless college majors; now it's your turn to sound off on the coursework that will most poorly prepare you to enter the job market. Often, when students first enter a community college or four-year university program, they're encouraged to pursue a course of study that most interests them. The idea is that they will first become dedicated to, and excited about, learning something, and then they'll eventually figure out how to apply their interests towards pursuing a career. But as the economy continues to struggle, and jobs for recent grads dry up, this philosophy is being reconsidered (as is studying philosophy in general.) "English majors working as barista" jokes aside, graduating with a degree in a humanities subject deemed as "useless" can be a real detriment to finding work post-graduation, even as newly-minted electrical engineers and computer developers get snatched up quickly by startups and tech companies.

This list provides some insight into the majors seen as "most useless" by the public at large. Vote for the departments you'd be least likely to join on your nearest campus, and if we've missed a major you think is utterly without merit, add it at the bottom of the page.
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Dance

English Literature

Fine art

Gender studies

Peace and conflict studies

Philosophy

Religious Studies

William Shakespeare

Theater Arts

Cooperative Management


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