Progressive Palaeontology 2016

May 18th, 2016 | by Dave Marshall

Progressive Palaeontology (ProgPal) is an annual conference for postgraduate research students who wish to present their results at any stage [&hellip


Evolution of echolocation in dolphins

April 13th, 2016 | by Liz Martin-Silverstone

Echolocation is an amazing ability that some mammals have evolved. Using sonar frequencies, dolphins and other toothed whales can communicate [&hellip


Episode 62: The Tully Monster

March 18th, 2016 | by Dave Marshall

Tullimonstrum gregarium, better known as the ‘Tully Monster’ is a problematic fossil from the Late Carboniferous Mazon Creek lagerstätte, Illinois, USA. [&hellip


Episode 61: WitmerLab

March 16th, 2016 | by Caitlin Colleary

Dr. Larry Witmer’s lab at Ohio University studies the anatomy of modern animals to make interpretations regarding the functional morphology [&hellip


New Triassic reptile from Brazil

March 15th, 2016 | by Liz Martin-Silverstone

Archosauriforms are some of the most well studied fossils in existence, including birds, crocodiles, dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and their ancestors, first [&hellip


Episode 60: Determining Diet

March 4th, 2016 | by Joe Keating

Diet is perhaps the most important aspect of ecology. As such, understanding the diet of extinct animals is crucial if [&hellip


Baby Chasmosaurus

January 18th, 2016 | by Liz Martin-Silverstone

Juvenile dinosaurs are less common than adults, and typically not as well preserved due to the fact that their bones [&hellip



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