0000-0001-7794-0218A new study shows that teeth are not too good for you if you’re a dinosaur trying to not go extinct. Around 66 million years ago, a time known as the end-Cretaceous, there was a
0000-0002-6784-3980When you think of mass extinction events, you often picture the events themselves: either a single, massive event that wreaks havoc on the environment and its organisms, or a longer-term series of events that changes
0000-0001-7794-0218Tetrapod is the name given to any vertebrate animal with four (tetra) legs (pod). There are more than 30,000 living species of tetrapod known today, and this includes many of the animals we are familiar
0000-0001-7794-0218Mass extinctions are profound events in the history of life that dramatically affect global ecosystems. Our understanding of these events is based on the fossil record, and can help us to understand the ecological impacts
0000-0001-7794-0218Crikey, 2015 was an absolute blast for the field of paleontology! Almost every couple of weeks, a new species of dinosaur popped up the ground, and we began to see the revolution of ‘big data’
0000-0001-7794-0218Crocodiles are freakin’ amazing animals. They’ve been around for about 250 million years, and throughout this time have survived two mass extinctions, and at least twice decided to hitch up and take to the seas.