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The fossil record is a window into the past, but much of that window is boarded over. This situation spurs paleontologists to look in new places and new rocks, in an attempt to pry some of those boards off that window into our planet’s history. This … Continue reading »The post Romer’s Gap and the Four-Limbed Critters of Novia Scotia appeared first on The Integrative Paleontologists.
Pretty much every person who ever read a dinosaur book or went to a natural history museum learned that Brontosaurus is just an outdated name for a big long-necked dinosaur that should be called Apatosaurus. Two different names were applied to the … Continue reading »The post Brontosaurus thunders back! appeared first on The Integrative Paleontologists.
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