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Prof Christine Janis discusses her illustrious career and we take a close look at sabre-toothed marsupials and giant kangaroos.
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We learn to draw and paint dinosaurs with Dr Emily Willoughby
Part two of our discussion about the remarkable preservation of a crab in Burmese amber with Dr Javier Luque.
We begin a mini series on Burmese amber with a look at a remarkable specimen
We examine the fossil record of bats with Dr Nancy Simmons, AMNH, in this nominally Halloween-themed episode.
We're introduced to Kairuku waewaeroa, a new giant penguin from New Zealand
We continue to rummage through Triassic dino poop for beetles. What can we learn from this association?
We look at the beetles found within Triassic dinosaur dung. What can they tell us?
Our very own Dr Elsa Panciroli comes on the show to discuss her new book 'Beats Before Us'
Part 2 of our look at the rates of evolutionary innovation in crocodiles through time with Dr Tom Stubbs