A free webseries exploring the fossil record and the evolution of life on Earth.

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episode 95: Plants and Atmosphere

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episode 94: Joggins Fossil Cliffs

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episode 93: The History of Palaeontological Outreach

We explore the history of palaeontological outreach with Dr Chris Manias, King's College London


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The Expedition: Planning

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The Expedition: Context

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episode 92: Squamate Origins

Dr. Tiago Simões of the University of Alberta joins us in this episode to discuss his new Nature paper on the origin of squamates.


 2018-05-30  49m

episode 91: Dinosaurs of Appalachia

Joining us to paint a picture of the vertebrate faunas of Appalachia during the Mesozoic is Chase Brownstein, research associate at the Stamford Museum and Nature Centre.


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episode 90: Ichthyornis

Hot off the press, we discuss a new exceptionally-preserved specimen of Ichthyornis with Dr Daniel Field, University of Bath.


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episode 89: Teeth and herbivory in reptiles

We explore the teeth of herbivores with Dr Aaron LeBlanc, University of Alberta


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episode 88: Bacula

Dr Charlotte Brassey, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, joins us to discuss the penis bone.


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