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PalAss 2017

December 16th, 2017 | by David Marshall

The 61st Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association is this year held at Imperial College London. We’ll be livestreaming a [&hellip


Episode 82: Dinosaurs of China

October 17th, 2017 | by David Marshall

‘Dinosaurs of China’ at Wollaton Hall, Nottingham, UK,  is a one-time only world exclusive exhibition of dinosaurs. Featuring fossils and [&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


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 55: Pterosaurs

November 15th, 2015 | by Liz Martin-Silverstone

Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates to achieve powered flight, and lived in the skies above the dinosaurs during the Mesozoic. [&hellip


Aquatic adaptations in crocodylomorphs

November 9th, 2015 | by Liz Martin-Silverstone

Crocodylomorphs today are not thought to be the most diverse group, consisting of all semi-aquatic forms of alligators, crocodiles, and gharials. [&hellip


Ornithomimus feather distribution

November 2nd, 2015 | by Liz Martin-Silverstone

For some time now, we’ve known that most (if not all) theropod dinosaurs were feathered, but we’re still filling in [&hellip



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