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Dinosaurs The History of Paleontology

Why are Paleontologists Obsessed with Spinosaurus?

Instead of an in-depth analysis of the latest paper about Spinosaurus, it’s time to examine why this dinosaur is such a controversial subject for paleontologists.

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Dinosaurs The Frightening Fossils

A Beginners Guide to Mummified Fossils: Part Two

Looking for a quick and easy guide to the mummies of prehistory? Look no further! Part two of two.

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Mammals The Frightening Fossils

A Beginners Guide to Mummified Fossils: Part One

Looking for a quick and easy guide to the mummies of prehistory? Look no further! Part one of two.

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A Guide to Fossil Formations Dinosaurs

A Complete Guide to the Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life of Madagascar’s Maevarano Formation

At the end of the Cretaceous Period, the island of Madagascar was home to a collection of strange creatures not found anywhere else on earth. Welcome to a guide of Madagascar’s long-lost wonders…

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Paleozoic The Mesozoic Mailbag

A Cold, Little Fossil: The World’s Oldest Chambered Heart

Can 380-million-year-old fossilized organs last into the present? A new discovery suggests they can…

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Book Reviews Max's Random Ramblings

All Yesterdays and the Re-Imagination of Prehistoric Art

One of the most bizarre and unique pieces of paleo-media out there, the speculative art book All Yesterdays simultaneously advances – and critiques – our gateway to prehistory.

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Dinosaurs Species Spotlight

Special Article: Wendiceratops, Sloboda’s Horned Dinosaur

In honour of a special occasion, today’s article will examine Wendiceratops, one of Alberta’s newest – and most unique – horned dinosaurs.

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Dinosaurs Species Spotlight

Horned, Horrid, and Humongous: A Profile of Triceratops

The last of the horned dinosaurs, Triceratops has become a household name for its iconic appearance. But there is more to this titan of the Cretaceous than just three horns and a mighty frill…

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Dino Docs!

Dino Docs: The Ballad of Big Al

Meet Big Al, an immature Allosaurus whose life in the Jurassic is, well… difficult, to say the least. A review of the Walking with Dinosaurs special program, The Ballad of Big Al!

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Aquatic Life

A Megalodon’s Appetite: A New, Ground-Breaking Study

Have you ever wondered how many bites it would take for a Megalodon to eat a Killer Whale? No? Well, a new study has revealed the answer, plus more about the most infamous prehistoric shark