0000-0001-7794-0218“There is no Net Neutrality, only Zuul.” – Ajit Pai, December 2017. Tied in 4/5th place with nothing less than the world’s oldest fossil mushroom comes Zuul crurivastator, first named and described by by Victoria M.
0000-0001-7794-0218Tyrannosaurs – the weird lovers we always wanted them to be? Coming in at a tied 6/7th place for the Top 10 Open Access Fossil Taxa of 2017 is a dinosaur that needs no introduction. —————- Crocodiles
We’re continuing with our countdown of the Top 10 Open Access Fossil Taxa of 2017…here in the Number Nine Slot, we’ve got the dinosaur Isaberrysaura! This taxon was covered back in March by our own Jon
0000-0001-7794-0218How cool would it be to go back in time and see how dinosaurs behaved in real life?? I think most people who’ve seen Jurassic Park (the original one…) would agree this would be pretty
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Today my colleague George Phillips and I published a paper on the first known ceratopsid horned dinosaur from eastern North America. The fossil is “only” a tooth, but it’s more than enough to show that
0000-0001-7794-0218Mistaken identity In Palaeontology, there is perhaps no greater story of an accidental mix-up than the story of Oviraptor. When this dinosaur was first discovered back in 1924, it was alongside a clutch of fossilised
The duck-billed dinosaurs (hadrosaurs) may not be as glamorous as tyrannosaurs (and most tyrannosaur researchers sure don’t respect these “Cretaceous food items” anyhow), but in many ways they are a far more interesting and scientifically
0000-0001-7794-0218 While artistic reconstructions of dinosaurs preying on each other are a fantastic way of illustrating the real-life behaviours of these fantastic creatures, direct evidence of dinosaur-food interactions in the fossil record are surprisingly rare.
0000-0002-6784-3980We’ve made it! Coming in at #1 is an absolutely amazing dinosaur published this summer in PLOS ONE. Congratulations to Gualicho shinyae, the didactyl theropod from Argentina, and named in honor of Akiko Shinya, fossil preparator at