Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 5 days 3 hours 40 minutes
podcast's link to fyyd.de
podcast's link to fyyd.de (short)
redirect to podcast's page (short)
Embed code for the latest episode (iframe)
We continue to rummage through Triassic dino poop for beetles. What can we learn from this association?
episode's link to fyyd.de
episode's link to fyyd.de (short)
redirect to episode's page (short)
Embed code (iframe)
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
We look at rates of evolutionary innovation in crocodiles through time with Dr Tom Stubbs
Dr Ria Mitchell, University of Sheffield, outlines her work studying some of the world's earliest soils.
Part two of our interview with Dr Larisa DeSantis of Vanderbilt University on the 'dietary ecology' of Smilodon.
Dr Larisa DeSantis teaches us the methods used to determine what Smilodon was eating
When an ammonite loses its shell, what kind of anatomical information can be found lying beneath? Prof. Christian Klug joins.
We consider the unique taphonomy of the Soom Shale biota with Prof. Sarah Gabbott.